Clinical/Medical Negligence, including:
- Orthopaedic Injuries
- Defective Medical Products/Medicines
- Fatal accidents/Coroner’s Inquests
- Hospital acquired infections
- Surgical errors
- Misdiagnosis / delay in treatment
- Substandard treatment and care
- Elderly care medicine
Personal Injury / Accident Claims
- Catastrophic injuries (head injuries, spinal injuries, loss of limbs)
- Industrial / work related accidents
- Public liability claims
- Product liability claims
- Law Degree (LLB) – Wolverhampton University
- Legal Practice Course; College of Law, Guildford
- Professional Skills Course; BPP Law School, Holborn
Expertise & Experience
I became a Partner in 2005 and having initially practiced in the fields of commercial and property litigation, found my niche within the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Departments. I now head Stone Rowe Brewer’s Clinical Negligence Practice. I am a member of the Law Society’s Clinical Negligence Accreditation Panel and a Fellow with the Royal Society of Medicine. I am also a Practitioner Member of the Association of Personal Injury Solicitors (Senior Litigator Member).
I continue to represent clients in respect of a number of personal injury claims, particularly, on behalf of those who have suffered catastrophic injuries (such as head injuries, loss of limbs, spinal injuries, including spinal cord damage) and have a particular interest in complex industrial / work related accidents, and certain public and product liability claims.
Outside of work, I enjoy training in Muay Thai (Thai Boxing) and Karate and I enjoy rock climbing and mountaineering when I get the opportunity.
I live with my wife and two children in Surrey.
Recent Articles & News
It has emerged that the recent government crackdown on the Personal Injury industry, in particular whiplash compensation claims, could put as many as 35,000 jobs at risk as well as preventing justice for injured motorists. [...]
The Law Society have issued a statement which robustly opposes plans to remove right to recover general damages for soft-tissue injuries. Speaking at the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers' annual conference, Law Society chief executive Catherine Dixon [...]