Stuart McKechnie QC and Helen Pooley have settled a long running birth brain injury claim for £11.8 million plus PPOs of £315,000 rising to £345,000 across the Claimant’s lifetime. This case was viewed by all of experts involved as uniquely complex, with…
In August 2018, a father of two was seriously injured in a head-on collision whilst driving to work through Norfolk. The vehicle he was travelling in was pushed into a ditch at high speed, which resulted in him suffering significant orthopaedic injuries….
On 1st October Stuart McKechnie QC delivered a webinar to PIBA on how to maximise upper and lower limb amputation claims. Stuart is currently instructed on 11 different amputation cases. He has prepared a paper to accompany the talk that is available…
Stuart McKechnie QC will shortly start work as part of the 4 person editorial team updating / revising the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of General Damages in PI cases. The 15th edition will be under the new chair of…
On 29th November 2017, Stuart McKechnie obtained High Court Approval on a severe traumatic brain injury claim. The Claimant (a protected party), sustained her injuries when she was struck by a vehicle being driven by a drunk driver. The defendant driver…
Stuart McKechnie, acting in conjunction with Rob Weir QC, has settled a claim involving severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (ASIA grade C, at level T6) resulting from a motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, the Claimant subsequently suffered from complications…
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