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Cases: James Henry


Acted for the Defendant in a claim pleaded at £1.8M involving neurological, spinal and psychiatric injuries, including an instability in the structures of C1/2, trigeminal nerve pain and PTSD.  C had been a nurse.  Her pleaded case was that she…


N v A (1) Insurer (2)

Acted for the Claimant who suffered serious orthopaedic and urological injuries.  The primary dispute was whether C was able to continue working as a production operative in a car factory (albeit with ‘restricted worker’ status), or whether she was entitled…


N v R (1) Insurer (2)

Acted for the Claimant, a 21-year-old man who was injured in a motorbike accident, leaving him without fine motor skill in his non-dominant hand. C did not have formal qualifications, but had been working as part of an Ambulance crew…


L v Insurer (2020)

Acted for the Defendant in this traumatic brain injury claim involving contested evidence from neurologists, neuropsychologists and neuropsychiatrists. C’s case was advanced at just under £1M, the bulk of which related to loss of earnings as the head of design…


B v G (1) Insurer (2)

Acted for the Claimant who injured his ankle in a motorbike accident aged 16. The only significant dispute between the parties was whether C would have had a successful career professional rugby league player. C advanced a loss of chance…


E v R & R

Acted for claimant, a 73-year-old man who suffered spinal injuries after a workplace fall from height.  Contributory negligence and causation in were dispute. C made a remarkable recovery in the circumstances, but maintained that he would have continued to work…


S v K (2020)

Acted for the Claimant in a negotiated settlement of £175,000 involving a significant causation dispute arising from orthopaedic injuries sustained a bicycle accident.  D relied upon the Claimant’s pre-accident history of psychiatric issues to contend that C was unlikely to…


Botea v McCallum

One of the first findings of fundamental dishonesty by remote video link following the Covid-19 lockdown. (Instructed by Ryan Curley of Horwich Farrelly.)


LV= v Hall (Unrep)

Dishonest litigant sentenced to 5 months’ immediate custody for false personal injury claim. Paul McGrath and James Henry, instructed by Benjamin Leech of Keoghs LLP, secured a committal order of immediate imprisonment for 5 months for contempt of court against…


Hussain v Shakir, (1) AICL (2)

Genuine injury claim dismissed owing the claimant’s fundamental dishonesty in relation to the claim.





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