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Rix v. (1)Stonegate Pub Company (2) Regency Security Services

The Claimant was seriously injured in an incident that occurred in the First Defendant’s nightclub when her friend was pushed by the Second Defendant’s security staff who were traversing the floor of the venue in order to break up a…


K v D

Richard Wilkinson, instructed by Alex Brown of Dean Wilson solicitors, secured a lump sum award of £4.75m in damages for a 49 year old Claimant who was left with significant orthopaedic symptoms following an RTA in which she sustained multiple…


Siddiqa v ECO

The Appellant was the dependent sister of an EEA citizen. The UK put in provision for such extended family members to stay in the UK post-Brexit if they made an ultimately successful application for an EEA family permit prior to…


R v X & X

Dominic Adamson secured acquittals of two organisations, a parent and a subsidiary, charged with breaches of s.3 of the Health & Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (the duty to ensure safety of non-employees).  The subsidiary was also charged with…


H v. L & Another

£3.6m settlement for a 35-year-old self-employed engineer with his own business who sustained a moderately severe TBI, orthopaedic and abdominal injuries in a road accident. The TBI led to epilepsy which proved difficult to manage with medication. The TBI left…


Inquest touching upon the death of Thomas Orchard

Nicholas Moss KC and Harriet Gilchrist were instructed as Counsel to the Inquest in a 7 week Inquest into the death of Thomas Orchard before the Senior Coroner for Exeter and Greater Devon Philip Spinney. The inquest heard evidence from…


R (NC) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2023] EWCA Civ 1379

Sian Reeves represented the Secretary of State for the Home Department in an immigration statutory appeal before the Court of Appeal (Newey LJ, Snowden LJ and Whipple LJ). The appeal concerned a narrow issue about the application of the “very significant…


M v. N

£775,000 settlement for a 44-year-old teacher who sustained a migraine variant balance disorder following a blow to her heard from a falling whiteboard. Causation was denied. Marcus represented the Claimant. She developed classic signs of BPPV and migraine variant balance…



Paul McGrath appeared in an interesting appeal before Ritchie J. and dealing with the disapplication of QOCS under CPR 44.16(2) and, in particular, whether a claim is made for the financial benefit of a Claimant or whether it is made…


CJ (a protected party) v L

Lionel (instructed by David Johnson at DAC Beachcroft) represented the Defendant in a complex High Court pedestrian brain and catastrophic injury case pleaded at circa £7 million. Primary liability and contributory negligence remained in dispute, with evidence from accident reconstruction…





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