Andrew Wastall

Call 2005

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Personal Injury

Andrew’s personal injury practice focuses on multi track claims, often with a value in excess of £100,000 and to around £1.5 million. He also accepts instructions on fast track claims where appropriate.

He has substantial experience in RTA claims and is the appointed counsel for a large national firm to conduct their claims involving motorcycles.

He is also regularly instructed in employer’s liability claims and Highways cases.

He provides a fast turnaround on paperwork for pleadings and advice on liability and/or quantum. Andrew is happy to act on a Conditional Fee arrangement where appropriate.

He seeks to establish and prioritise the practical needs and wishes of his clients, to negotiate strong settlements where this is possible, and to provide robust advocacy where is it not. He is very client focused and aims to put his clients at ease at the earliest opportunity. Whilst sensitive and empathetic to the situations facing his clients, he offers firm, independent and realistic advice, whilst adopting a practical and proactive approach.

Andrew offers a fast turnaround on paperwork and is happy to speak with solicitors either in or out of hours for ad-hoc queries or assistance.

Personal Injury Cases

A case involving a Claimant suffering carpal-tunnel syndrome as alleged result of repetitive strain;

A case involving a Claimant alleged to suffer tenosynivitus, with conflicting medical evidence of both the nature of the injury and its cause;

Advising proposed a Claimant in relation to fall at swimming pool which resulted in amputation of his foot;

Acting for a Claimant who was knocked down by a motor vehicle, sustaining multiple serious fractures and brain injury.

A claim involving the driver of a vehicle who sustained hearing loss and tinnitus as result of a road traffic collision, with consequential loss of earnings as a taxi driver.

An elderly Claimant, who fell on a marble floor, with allegations that the accident related injuries accelerated his death.