On 23rd of June, Members of 9 Gough Chambers held a successful hybrid Personal Injury Summer Seminar.
The topics that were discussed during this seminar were:
– Capacity to litigate: traps, tips and tricks – Ed Lamb – A beginner’s guide to accommodation claims – Simon Brindle – To Ogden 8 and beyond (or not) – an update on how earnings loss is to be pleaded and settled – Cyrus Katrak – MIB claims; an update – Perrin Gibbons, Jennie Oborne – 15:45 – s69 ERRA – a busted flush or a tortfeasors’ dream? – Esther Pounder – Credit where credit is due – fatal accident claims and inherited assets – untying the Gordian knot – Robert Horner – Never the twain shall meet? Diffuse axonal brain injury claims and the overlap with psychiatrically mediated symptoms – Dr Quinton Deeley
9 Gough Chambers has an experienced Personal Injury Team, members of whom frequently deal with cases of the highest value and of national importance, providing cutting-edge advice and nationwide representation in all civil courts, including the Supreme Court. Their experience in personal injury matters contributes to their expertise in these areas.
If you would like a copy of the seminar recording and materials please email our marketing coordinator, Milena Zeqo at email@example.com .
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