Andrew leads teams of high quality professionals, solicitors and barristers who identify and construct vital, necessary and appropriate personal injury claims.
Injured people whose lives are ruined or degraded by serious injuries need rehabilitation, help and support. Andrew and his teams work hard to provide real help as well as to evidence these claims, choosing and focussing medical and other experts and gathering documents and witnesses.
Most of Andrew’s work arises from fatalities or serious injuries caused on roads, or at work, or from terrorist atrocities.
Andrew also has a renowned expertise in MIB claims.
Notable Personal Injury cases
BA v CT 
Andrew represented the mother of two children who suffered brain damage and polytrauma as a result of a road traffic accident in which the car rolled. She was not wearing a seat belt. The settlement was approved by the High Court for a lump sum of £7.1 million net of contributory negligence of 15%, covering future loss of earnings, care and new single level accommodation and deputy fees for lack of capacity.
X v Y 
Approved by Eady J, Representing a 16 year old man who suffered severe brain damage in a road traffic accident. Liability admitted, quantum settled at £2.2 million lump sum plus PPOS of £71,000 pa increasing by RPI.
Thornhill v Bagas
 EWHC 1513 (QB) represented a 34 year old man who suffered a road traffic accident at traffic lights. After 7 operations his right leg was amputated below the knee. The Defendants denied liability and the Claimant secured judgment at a trial in June 2017. The Quantum was settled at a JSM on 4.3.2019 for a lump sum of £3 million including two powered BIOM prosthetics with a water limb for life on a 5 year revolving renewal cycle.
B v Wigan 
Representing a male off licence owner in his 50s injured on a road traffic accident who suffered a below the knee amputation. Settled for £2 million.
Vaghji v MarkerStudy 
Representing a one legged man who worked as a bus driver who lost his other leg in a road traffic accident. Recovering £1,300,000 in damages.
Corr v IBC  UKHL 13
Representing the successful Claimant in her Fatal Accident Act claim arising from the suicide of her husband caused by the Defendant’s negligence 6 years earlier. Employers liability, kind of harm, forseeability and causation.