Temple Garden Chambers is a leading common law set based in London and The Hague.
With excellence from top to bottom Chambers provides a first class service in a number of different fields.
Temple Garden Chambers has long experience in insurance law: in professional, public and employer’s liability fields as well as in motor insurance.
We have dealt with insurance issues in a range of contexts, including railways, aviation, marine insurance, security contractors and the Automated & Electric Vehicles Act 2018.
Members of chambers have appeared in major pieces of insurance litigation and arbitration. We deal with points including material non-disclosure, fraudulent misrepresentation, wrongful repudiation, motor insurance fraud claims, declarations, waivers and the meaning and effect of warranties and conditions. We also advise on regulatory issues relating to insurance.
Andrew Prynne KC & Emma-Jane Hobbs were instructed by DWF on this matter before QB HH Judge Graham Wood KC sitting as a judge of the High Court: Highways Act claim.
QBD judgment for £1.67 million in favour of a mild traumatic brain injury Claimant faced with a fundamental dishonesty defence following a rear-end shunting road accident. Instructed by Patricia Ling and Lucy Walpole of Garden House Solicitors, Marcus represented a...
Peter Freeman was instructed on this liability admitted claim. Young mother sustained truly horrific, life-threatening facial and brain injuries as a result of a rock penetrating her car windscreen as she drove her young child. The claim was for multi-millions...
Peter Freeman was instructed by insurers in relation to the Inquest and subsequent fatal accident claims arising from the crash that claimed the lives of all on board a state of the art helicopter owned by Lord Ballyedmond, one of...
Peter Freeman appeared at the numerous Inquests and civil claims relating to a catalogue of accidents that occurred in the aftermath of a major city centre re-development and new road lay-out.
Alex Glassbrook (instructed by Gurbir Thethy of DWF) represented the Defendant insurer in a claim for alleged brain injuries. The Claimant, who made his claim on the basis that he lacked capacity, suffered injury which he alleged included organic brain...