Hugh Storry Deans
Hugh Storry Deans
Partner & Litigation Solicitor
Head of Dispute Resolution
Hugh Storry Deans is a Partner at Harold G Walker Solicitors and also Head of the firm’s Dispute Resolution department. With over 35 years of experience as a Litigation Solicitor; Hugh specialises in many types of litigation including employer, public, product and motor liability claims.
Qualifying in 1981, Hugh was a partner in a well-known city firm, working from its offices in Southampton, before joining Harold G Walker in 2004. He is head of the litigation services based in Christchurch and concentrates on commercial property and related litigation for private companies, as well as probate and defamation claims.
Hugh acquired a BA Hons before attending the College of Law to qualify as a solicitor. He is also an accredited mediator for alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Hugh’s interests include sailing, cricket and the countryside.
Hugh’s Client Testimonials:
“I felt heard, appreciated and everything was explained – no grey areas. Thank you”
“Your investigative, legal genius has been quite a revelation. Thank goodness we found you!”
“We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your representation and resolving the case so quickly. You went that extra mile even though we had left assigning an advocate to the very last minute! We are profoundly appreciative of your expertise.”
“Mr Storry Deans, thank you for all your support. Thank you for all your careful consideration as you weigh up the next wisest move. Thank you for your most patient and benevolent manner.”
“Harold G Walker were flexible, efficient and very professional.”
“Hugh was incredible in every way. It was such a stressful time for us and he dealt with our problems in a very professional and flexible way. Highly recommended! Best service ever received!”
“Thrilled with the service and thus far the outcome, with documents now archived. Thank you.”
“The service I receivd couldn’t be improved on. Fantastic service from my initial enquiry until final resolution.”