Simon Wheatley Obituary, Funeral Arrangements, Station Commander,
The unexpected passing of a much-loved and well-respected Station Commander in the West Midlands Fire Service is something we can now announce with a heavy heart.
Simon Wheatley, a firefighter who worked at the Haden Cross Fire Station, passed away yesterday. Our sincerest condolences go out to Simon’s family, friends, and coworkers at this difficult time.
As a sign of respect, the staffs of our flags have been lowered. In the field of clinical negligence, Simon specializes in cases involving allegations of injury at birth, failure to diagnose, failure to inform, as well as a number of other procedures, including laparotomy and laparoscopy. In addition to this, he represents clients in issues involving product liability and medical supplies. In the realm of personal injury law, Simon handles a variety of cases, ranging from those involving catastrophic car accidents to those involving injuries sustained in chemical plants. He has extensive expertise dealing with the aftermath of head injuries, including resolving issues that were brought on by an incorrect diagnosis and/or a lack of comprehension regarding the severity of head injuries.
In addition to this, Simon represents clients in the Court of Protection, where he focuses on the implications of the Mental Capacity Act of 2005.
His knowledge of military claims, such as those involving injuries and the estimation of lost opportunities for future employment, has earned him a high level of respect. Simon is a trained Assistant Judge Advocate and has served as a judge on military courts in both the United Kingdom and Germany.