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Richard Slade & Co v Boodia

Simon Browne QC, instructed by Richard Slade & Co, succeeded in persuading the Court of Appeal (Newey LJ, Coulson LJ and Haddon-Cave LJ) that Slade J of the High Court was wrong to hold that to qualify as an interim…


D v P (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 50-year-old sales manager who sustained thoracolumbar and wrist fractures and PTSD in a high energy head-on road accident, and compromised her claim for damages in the sum of £1m. She was left with chronic pain and sub-clinical…


P v I (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 47-year-old senior manager who sustained a soft tissue neck injury when she was knocked from her bicycle by a van, compromised her claim for damages in the sum of £675,000. She was left with a narrowly defined…


M v S (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 44-year-old café proprietor who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury and developed chronic neuropathic pain and headaches in a high energy car accident, compromised his claim for damages in the sum of £250,000. He was left with…


Re: W

Acting for Transport for London in relation to the inquest into the death of a young lady who fell onto the tracks of the central line before being struck by a train. The inquest returned a finding of accidental death…


Kotsev v Sofia District Public Prosecutor’s Office (Bulgaria)

Appeal from a District Judge’s decision that the Appellant had deliberately absented himself from his trial, and that he would be entitled to a re-trial upon his return. The High Court held that although the finding of deliberate absence was…


G v B (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 23-year-old retail worker who recovered £620,000 in respect of a leg injury in a cycling accident which befell him at the age of 18. He was left with enduring symptoms of pain and reduced stamina for prolonged…


T v E&T (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 35-year-old Trainee Paramedic who recovered £700,000 in respect of a bladder injury whilst attempting to assist in lifting a bariatric patient. On her case she sustained a low back strain requiring medication that then resulted in her…


P v B & A (Unrep)

Marcus Grant represented a 27-year-old dock worker who recovered £1.75m in respect of a brain injury in a high energy road accident. He was left with a disabling syndrome of physical (including vestibular), neuro-cognitive, neuro-behavioural and psychological symptoms that precluded him…





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