Case

Smith v Cabinet Office

24/03/2014

Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Acted on behalf of highly respected Press Association Editor who sustained severe arm injury in road traffic accident in Romania whilst attending NATO summit on transport organised by Prime Minister’s office. Criticisms made by Claimant of the safety of the travel arrangements. Represented Claimant at two separate JSMs at which issues of liability and then quantum were respectively resolved. Quantum issues included assessment of his lost chance of a career in political broadcasting and the potential earnings arising therefrom. Character evidence obtained from two former Prime Ministers on Claimant’s behalf.


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Richard Wilkinson

Richard Wilkinson
Year of Call: 1992


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