David Sandiford

Call 1995

sandiford@exchangechambers.co.uk

“Well-prepared with great attention to detail.”

The Legal 500 2020
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Personal Injury

David maintains a large and busy higher value personal injury practice. He acts on behalf of both claimants and defendants.

His practice covers all aspects of the field with a focus on liability and quantum disputes of the more complex type.

He accepts instructions in a wide range of matters from catastrophic brain and spinal cord injuries, chronic pain disorders (& other somatoform disorders), amputee claims, employers’ liability, insurance disputes, military claims, product liability, public & occupiers’ liability, public liability, subtle brain injury and water contamination cases.

David is a strong advocate and negotiator but equally has a friendly and forward thinking approach to his practice and when appropriate he is more than happy to take an informal call to discuss a new case or discuss an issue in a case which wouldn’t necessarily justify a formal instruction.

Personal Injury Cases

A flavour of practice:

Re D – pedestrian versus bus – brain injury – for defendant

Re A – RTA – passenger through windscreen – brain injury – for claimant

Re F – pedestrian versus car – brain injury – complex pre accident history – for claimant

Re G – fatals – young successful father – for claimant

Re W – water borne infection – multi organ transplant – for defendant

Re M – water borne infection – complex pre history – for defendant

Re T – military claim – serious knee injury – for defendant

Re E – armed robbery in store, employees tied up, psychological injury – for defendant

Re W – workplace assault – functional neurological disorder – significant disability – for claimant

Re M – upper limb injury with emerging chronic pain – for defendant

Re A – assault in the workplace – care setting – complex causation with earlier stress claim – for defendant

Re G – military claim – serious RTA – amputation lower limb – for defendant

Re K – military claim – serious back injury – young claimant – for defendant