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November 2022

£1.8m settlement from the MIB under the Untraced Driver’s Agreement

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant. This 27-year-old scaffolder is sustained bony and soft tissue injuries, extending down his left leg together with psychological injuries in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident. He needed to undergo surgery which revealed partial tears to his…

£1.8m settlement from the MIB under the Untraced Driver’s Agreement

The Inquests into the Shoreham Airshow Disaster begins today

The Inquests arising from the Shoreham Airshow disaster begins today. On 22 August 2015 a Hawker Hunter ex-military aircraft flown at the Shoreham Airshow crashed on to the A27 killing eleven people. The Inquests, before His Majesty’s Senior Coroner for…


Kathryn Howarth successfully represents HM Attorney General in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) in contempt of court proceedings

Kathryn Howarth represented the Attorney General in proceeding for contempt of court, heard by Lord Justice Bean, Lord Justice Peter Jackson and Lady Justice Asplin. The defendant had been found in contempt of court by Mr. Justice MacDonald, for posting…


Court of Appeal decision on temporary exclusion orders

Robin Tam KC and Steven Gray (of 7BR) appeared for the Home Secretary in the Court of Appeal, which has decided a number of points about procedure in the lead case on temporary exclusion orders. The Court of Appeal decided…


£4.15m settlement for man blinded at work

James Arney KC was instructed by Niamh O’Brady from OH Parsons Solicitors, working alongside junior counsel Sinclair Cramsie, representing a man rendered profoundly blind in a work accident at the age of 46. This case settled at JSM for £4.15m,…


£3.5m settlement for a former contract cleaner who sustained a TBI in a motorcycle accident

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant who was left with enduring symptoms. 25-year-old contract cleaner sustained multiple injuries when he was thrown from his motorcycle after the Defendant driver pulled out of a side road in front of him. He sustained…


Rhys Davies writes an article for Red Notice Monitor Blog: Major General Al Raisi and Interpol, One Year On

In an article for the Red Notice Monitor blog, Rhys Davies analyses the impact of Major General al Raisi’s first year as president of Interpol. Rhys writes “Al Raisi was elected President of Interpol at the 89th General Assembly of…


Success for Fiona Canby at the Chambers UK Bar Awards 2022

TGC congratulates Fiona Canby on winning the Chambers & Partners Health & Safety Junior of the Year Award. The awards recognise pre-eminence and reflect achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, and excellence in client service.


Zeenat Islam wins Professional Woman Award at the Muslim Women Awards 2022

TGC congratulates Zeenat Islam on winning Professional Woman Award at the Muslim Women Awards. The award recognises professional Muslim women (legal, medicine, accounting, education etc). The awards ceremony took place on 11th November at No.11 Cavendish Square. Congratulations to all…


Inquests following fatal bug outbreak at Royal Papworth Hospital conclude

The inquests into two deaths following an outbreak of a waterborne pathogen at a world-leading transplant centre concluded today. The deaths, at the newly-opened Royal Papworth Hospital in Cambridge, followed infection by a form of bacteria previously unknown to have…





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