Case

Walter v First Centre West Buses Limited

(2014) – Central London

Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Representing D in protracted litigation. The accident occurred in 2008. In 2009, D made an interim payment of £10,000 followed by a further £5,000. Proceedings were issued in 2011. D made attempts at Part 36 offers in December 2011, but by 2012/13, C was claiming £400,000 and D felt unable to make any further Part 36 offer for fear of becoming liable for C’s costs to that date.


Related Barristers


Peter Freeman

Peter Freeman
Year of Call: 1992


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