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John Foy QC, Edwin Buckett and Max Melsa featured in this month’s edition of PI Focus

John Foy QC, Edwin Buckett and Max Melsa have been published in this month’s edition of PI Focus, APIL’s monthly newsletter, regarding amputation claims and claims under the Montreal Convention respectively.

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John Foy QC and Edwin Buckett settle case for £3.35m

Following a settlement meeting yesterday, John Foy QC and Edwin Buckett, both representing the Claimant, settled a below the knee amputation case for £3.35m.

The Claimant, a pedestrian, sustained a devastating crushing injury to her leg in a road traffic accident which…

John Foy QC and James Byrne are instructed to act for current and ex-professional sports stars in a class action suit concerning brain injuries

John Foy QC and James Byrne are instructed to act for current and ex-professional sports stars in a class action suit concerning brain injuries caused by contact sports.  This landmark case continues to build momentum and garner significant press attention.

Biggest Costs Decision of the year so far?

Mrs Justice Carr handed down a very important judgment on the controversial issue of the relationship between a costs budget and a detailed assessment. The question was to what extent, if at all, does the cost budgeting regime under CPR Part 3…

John Foy QC and Stuart McKechnie secure compensation of over £11m for a teenager who suffered brain damage after a negligent operation

A teenage boy who suffered catastrophic brain damage following an operation at Walsall Manor Hospital has been awarded compensation with a capitalised value of over £11.5million in his life time.  He went into hospital in…

Buswell v Symes & Anor [2015] EWHC 1379 (QB)

This claim arose following a collision on the 24th July 2011 on the B3399 Newport Road. The Claimant was riding his motorcycle eastward on this road when he collided with the First Defendant who was driving a tractor with a trailer. The…

Application for Relief from Sanction refused by the High Court

The claimant in Buswell v Symes & Moter Insurance Bureau (2015) had sought damages for personal injury and other losses following a road traffic accident in July 2011 when his motorcycle had collided with a tractor emerging from a field. The first…

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