Williams v. Jervis – (Brain Injury)


Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Cases Citation

[2008] EWHC Civ 2346 (QB) – Evans J

What appeared to be a minor impact in a road traffic accident had been sufficient to cause the claimant subtle brain injuries resulting in impaired cognitive function. The evidence of the defendant’s expert witness that she had exaggerated her symptoms was discredited and the claimant’s evidence about the nature and extent of her symptoms was accepted.

Related Barristers

Marcus Grant

Marcus Grant
Year of Call: 1993