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Alex Glassbrook advises Oxbotica (now Oxa) on first UK test of a zero-occupancy autonomous vehicle on a publicly-accessible road

Oxbotica has announced its successful first test of a zero-occupancy autonomous vehicle on a publicly-accessible road. Oxbotica is developing a goods delivery variant of its vehicle with Ocado group to complete customer orders from 2023. Alex Glassbrook advised Oxbotica on…


Successful defence of multi-vehicle, complex RTA claim involving emergency reactions – tried remotely

Alex Glassbrook appeared as counsel for a defendant driver who took emergency evasive action then faced a claim in negligence, after another driver lost control of a car on an icy road in darkness, and several collisions ensued. Alex (instructed…


High Court approval of settlement of brain injury claim

Alex Glassbrook (instructed by Gurbir Thethy of DWF) represented the Defendant insurer in a claim for alleged brain injuries. The Claimant, who made his claim on the basis that he lacked capacity, suffered injury which he alleged included organic brain…


Bus Company accepts 99% liability settlement of cyclist’s claim

Alex Glassbrook (instructed by Kevin O’Sullivan of Cycle Legal) was counsel for the Claimant cyclist, who was seriously injured by a bus driven across his path on a marked cycle lane, on the approach to a bus stop. The case raised the duty of…


Fraudulent Credit Hire claim

Alex Glassbrook (instructed by Andrew Baker of Horwich Farrelly) represented the successful motor insurer. A claim for credit hire charges exceeding £80,000 had been claimed in relation to a vehicle allegedly damaged beyond use in a road traffic accident, and…


Reduction of care and case management charges in brain injury case

Alex Glassbrook (instructed by Gurbir Thethy of DWF, London) represented the Defendant to a serious brain injury claim at a joint settlement meeting. Among the issues were the levels of care and case management charges, claimed for life, the Claimant’s…


High Court approves settlement of brain injury claim with “stop start” provision for Court of Protection costs

Claim by a middle aged man who sustained a severe traumatic brain injury in a running down accident. Claimant found to lack capacity to litigate or manage affairs and Deputy appointed by Court of Protection. However, agreed between parties that…


Alizada v Khan & Ageas Insurance Ltd

For D2 insurer. Dismissal of a contrived road accident claim with a £50,000 costs order against the Claimant. A 3 year investigation had uncovered no direct connection between the Claimant and fraudulent behaviour but a great deal of other, circumstantial…





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