Gaurang deals with all aspects of personal injury cases but his main focus now is on high value fatal and serious injury claims. He has significant practice in fatal injury claims arising out of road traffic and accidents at work, occupational illness and clinical negligence. He deals with occupational illness claims including asbestos related illness, psychiatric injury as a result of stress at work and historic sexual abuse claims. Gaurang has been involved in groundbreaking seminal cases in occupational illness notably Dickins -v- O2  EWCA Civ 1144; Gallagher -v- Bond Pearce  2WLUK 272.
Some recent cases below.
Notable Personal Injury cases
Das [PR of the estate of Sampa Das] -v- Law 
Gaurang secured a settlement in a fatal accident claim where a mother of 2 was tragically crushed to death by a truck but liability was disputed.
Ardi Bushi –v- Exotic stones Limited & Yes Marble Limited 
Gaurang represented the Claimant, aged 41, who suffered amputation of his right dominant arm and other serious physical and psychiatric injuries as a result of accident in the course of his work. Gaurang argued for 2 functional electric prosthesis that share 2 hands/ terminal device together with a dedicated non-electric sports/gym arm with a selection of interchangeable terminal devices (“bionic arm”). He helped secure a settlement of £2.65mn.
JW –v- Richard John Hickson 
Gaurang acted for the Defendant in a claim for substantial damages for historic sexual abuse when the Claimant was between 12 and 14 years of age. The last incident was about 25 years earlier. The claim followed an acquittal in the criminal trial. Gaurang advised on the most cost effective resolution of the case.
Kirsten Holly Reay –v- DWF LLP 
This was a claim for damages for psychiatric injury induced by stress at work as a Solicitor due to excessive workload. Complex factual issues relating to workload. Gaurang assisted in bringing the claim to a successful compromise just prior to a 4 day trial.
Wioletta Wojciechowska –v- Galczynski & UK Insurance 
Gaurang acted for the Claimant, aged 41, suffered rib fractures and thoraco-lumbar spinal fractures in a road traffic accident. She required surgical fixation of the spinal fractures. She was, however, a stoic woman and concerned about job security so returned to work after 6 months whilst still in pain. As a result Defendants argued that she was not disabled and not at a substantial disadvantage in the labour market and didn’t require the amount of care. Gaurang prepared a detailed Schedule of Loss with a significant future loss of earnings and future cost of care claim setting out in detail the basis of the claim. The claim was settled for a 6 figure sum at JSM.