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Broad v LB of Bromley

Anthony Johnson represented the Defendant in its successful dismissal of the Claimant’s application to appeal against a case management decision not to allow him to rely upon expert evidence from a retired Highways Engineer in relation to the correct categorisation…


OVU (Administratrix of the Estate of Ovu, Dec) v TfL

Instructed by D in relation to a claim arising out of a death on a TfL station. Trial of 3 preliminary issues, namely (i) was the Dec a trespasser at the time of death? (ii) was a duty of care…


Cunningham (By his litigation friend) v Dickinson (QBD)

Representing D, who took an incredibly proactive and pragmatic approach to injuries arising from a tragic RTA. D had admitted liability early; both parties had expert evidence in 9 specialist fields. Instructed to value quantum and negotiate a settlement to…


Sinclair v Fastsource

Peter Freeman was instructed on this liability admitted claim.  Young mother sustained truly horrific, life-threatening facial and brain injuries as a result of a rock penetrating her car windscreen as she drove her young child.  The claim was for multi-millions…


X (By his litigation friend, Y) v JHM

Long-running contested litigation. C, a functioning alcoholic, sustained a severe TBI and orthopaedic injuries as a result of walking into the path of a taxi during the early hours of the morning. Liability, quantum, causation, care and provisional damages were…


Judd v Southend-on-Sea BC

C sustained life-threatening physical injuries and psychological sequelae as a result of a motorbike accident. No other vehicles were involved; C alleged the accident was caused by reason of highway defects, specifically recently re-laid surface and manhole covers. Diametrically opposed…


Shah Rahena Begum v Arriva London South Ltd

Trial arising from a serious pedestrian v bus accident in which C ultimately lost her leg.   Liability and quantum disputed.


Gonzalez-Ramirez v First Eastern Counties Buses Ltd

Hard fought litigation resulting from failed settlement meeting.  The alleged injury, namely TBI with cognitive and psychological sequelae, was denied by D.  Liability / Contributory negligence was contested before David Pittaway QC. D achieved a finding which meant that C…


Green v Network Rail Infrastructure

Liability admitted claim for ankle injury, which C contended had left him ‘disabled’.  Under cross-examination, C admitted that prior to the accident he was in the gym every day and, subsequent to the accident had been crowned British Powerlifting Champion.


Brown v Arriva North London Ltd

C sustained serious lower limb injuries when she stepped off a pavement into a marked Bus Stop as a bus was pulling up. Ultimately, C’s injuries lead to below knee transtibial amputation and significant psychological sequelae. Liability Contested before HHJ…





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