Maximilian is a Paralegal in the Spinal Injury team, assisting Alex Dabek with complex claims involving spinal cord injuries as a result of clinical negligence or personal injury, after joining in February 2021.
Alongside his work at Bolt Burdon Kemp, Maximilian is currently studying the Legal Practice Course part-time at the University of Law which he started in September 2019 in London, Bloomsbury. He is extremely dedicated to his work and finds immense motivation from improving the quality of life for his clients. Maximilian aspires to become a specialist solicitor in clinical negligence after completing the Legal Practice Course and LLM in 2021.
Maximilian obtained his undergraduate Law degree at the University of Kent in 2019, during which he assisted a Neurological Rehabilitation Case Manager with their work in helping victims of catastrophic brain injuries, he found great pleasure in assisting his clients through the rehabilitation process. Throughout this voluntary role Maximilian was motivated to obtain the best possible outcome for the victims and formed memorable friendships with them after years of rehabilitation. This client care experience inspired Maximilian to become a solicitor in the field of clinical negligence. Maximilian is now looking forward to getting involved with charities assisting people with spinal cord injuries such as CESA and SIA. During his studies Maximilian took interest in International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law.
Before joining Bolt Burdon Kemp Maximilian worked as a clinical negligence case analyst working with leading clinicians in the UK from all specialities. He assisted in improving patient safety and healthcare standard through independent investigations. Maximilian managed a variety of complex clinical negligence cases including claims involving spinal cord injuries and psychological injuries.
Maximilian is keen to ensure that his clients obtain the full compensation that they deserve and is fully committed to their rehabilitation post-injury.