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Anthony Johnson succeeds after three-day trial in novel negligence claim

Anthony represented the Claimant who was seriously injured in an incident that occurred in the First Defendant’s nightclub when her friend  was pushed firmly out of the way by the Second Defendant’s security staff, causing him to come into contact…

10/05/2024
News, Judgments
Anthony Johnson succeeds after three-day trial in novel negligence claim

Temple Garden Chambers Welcome Mat Brunning to Chambers

Temple Garden Chambers is delighted to announce the arrival of Mat Brunning to Chambers. Mat is ranked in Band 1 by both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 for personal injury law.  Legal directories describe Mat as “the go-to…

22/04/2024
News

£4.75m settlement for 49 year old woman who sustained multiple orthopaedic injuries affecting all 4 limbs

Richard Wilkinson, instructed by Alex Brown of Dean Wilson solicitors, represented the Claimant who was left with significant orthopaedic symptoms following an RTA in which she sustained multiple injuries. An unusual feature of the case was that she injured both…

04/04/2024
News

Save the Date! TGC Inaugural Annual PI Conference – 3rd October 2024

Temple Garden Chambers are excited to announce our inaugural annual PI Conference! Join us for an afternoon of thought-provoking presentations, networking opportunities, and refreshments on Thursday, October 3rd, 2024, from 12:30 PM to 8:00 PM at The Ashworth Centre, Lincoln’s…

14/03/2024
Events

£3.6m settlement for a 35-year-old self-employed engineer with his own business who sustained a moderately severe TBI, orthopaedic and abdominal injuries in a road accident.

Marcus Grant represented the Claimant who was left with enduring symptoms. £3.6m settlement for a 35-year-old self-employed engineer with his own business who sustained a moderately severe TBI, orthopaedic and abdominal injuries in a road accident. The TBI led to…

20/02/2024
News

TGC Personal Injury Newsletter – Issue II, January 2024

Welcome to the second edition of the Temple Garden Chambers Personal Injury Newsletter. In its second iteration we are excited to bring you a publication containing articles offering guidance and commentary on recent developments and judgments in the field of…

10/01/2024
Publications

Paul McGrath appears before Court of Appeal in a case bringing clarity to whether a party can circumvent amending their claim by relying on CPR 16.3(7). The Court of Appeal confirmed that the Claimant must formally apply to amend to introduce a new head of loss.

In Fleming v Zurich Insurance plc [2023] EWCA Civ 1417 the Court of Appeal dealt with a personal injury claim that was said to be worth up to c.£500,000, but the claim form was limited to just £10,000. The Claimant…

19/12/2023
News

Settlement of £4.81 million in amputation claim for former CEO

Lionel Stride (instructed by Tracey Benson and Mark Jackson of Slater & Gordon) represented a claimant who suffered a transtibial amputation after a motorcycle collision. A settlement of £4.81 million was achieved, reflecting the claimant’s need for adapted accommodation, impressive…

17/11/2023
News

£1.7m Settlement for Orthopaedic Injuries

James Arney KC was instructed by Lucy Lenehan of Irwin Mitchell on behalf of a 50-year old man who was knocked off his motorcycle in 2018. Quantum was driven by orthopaedic injuries, most notably to the Claimant’s hips and knees….

02/11/2023
News

Settlement of £3.55 million in spinal cord injury claim against the MIB under the Untraced Drivers Agreement

Lionel Stride (instructed by Tracey Benson of Slater & Gordon), represented a claimant who suffered a spinal cord injury after collapsing in the road and being run over by an untraced driver. A settlement of £3.55 million was obtained in…

30/10/2023
News

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