Jeremy conducts cases in his own right and as a junior counsel. In the last 12 months he has achieved settlements that exceed £30 million in value. Most recently, as junior to Grahame Aldous QC, what was probably one of the highest ever personal injury settlements was achieved for a gravely brain injured client. A record settlement of £1.9 million was also achieved for a 57 year old above the knee amputee, settlement being founded on provision of a prosthesis with computerised knee joint.
Jeremy is the secretary to the APIL Brian Injury Special Interest Group, responsible for organising meetings and lectures on brain injury topics. He has also contributed to publications include APIL Road Traffic Claims, 2nd Edition, published by Jordans (2012) and "Clinical Negligence", published by 9 Gough Chambers (2012) and he regularly contributes articles to leading journals such as New Law Journal.
Jeremy is recommended as a leading personal injury junior, in band 1 in Chambers UK 2018, they described him as “Always striving to get the best result for the client and has very good judgement." "Practical, approachable and excellent with clients." "Delivers sensible advice backed up with an extremely impressive knowledge of the law."
Jeremy was recommended as a leading personal injury junior in Legal 500 (2017) and in Chambers UK (2017). Comments highlight his bold approach; sound judgment; effectiveness; and client care.
Chambers UK 2017 rececently described him as "Absolutely brilliant, he really takes command of the whole case." "He's very intellectual and a lethal cross-examiner He conducts cases in all aspects of personal injury litigation with an emphasis on serious brain injury; multiple orthopaedic injury; and fatal accident cases. He also has a particular interest in cases with an underlying psychiatric component and cases involving the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, Jeremy being editor of Butterworth's Personal Injury Litigation Service on issues of road traffic insurance and the MIB.
Jeremy has represented the estate of the deceased ;in Anghel & Gheorghe Milosavlevici v Siday Construction Limited. The case concerned the death of a construction worker who was crushed by a concrete slab while excavating a residential property. Also appeared in a separate action brought by the father of the deceased, who developed PTSD after witnessing the event. Damages of £650,000 were agreed at a joint settlement meeting.
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