Case

Williams v Williams

30/04/2013

Cases Citation

[2013] EWCA Civ 455; [2013] PIQR P17

Represented the defendant at first instance and on appeal in a successful claim for a 25% contribution against a parent, whose young child had sustained serious injuries in a road traffic accident as a result of being placed in the wrong type of child restraint seat. The parent had been entirely blameless so far as the collision was concerned. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal against the award.


Related Barristers


Jonathan Watt-Pringle QC

Jonathan Watt-Pringle QC
Year of Call: 1987
Year of Silk: 2008