Jack’s broad practice includes a particular insight into inquests, for which he is in high demand. He has amassed substantial experience of acting at inquests, including in controversial and high-profile matters.
Jack prides himself on taking a compassionate, sensitive and supportive role when working with bereaved families and witnesses at Inquests, undoubtedly assisted by his years of volunteering as a Telephone Samaritan. This approach allows them to be guided through the inquest process as easily as possible.
He prepares for inquests meticulously, bringing a forensic eye to complex medical evidence, post-mortem reports and investigations. Jack welcomes the opportunity to advise on papers or in conference.
Jack has ably represented clients at Pre-Inquest Reviews, Jamieson inquests and Middleton inquests. He is aware of the nuances and subtleties that arise in different forms of inquest and is comfortable addressing the Coroner with or without a jury.
Set alongside his Personal Injury work, Jack understands how effective representation at an inquest can greatly assist in securing powerful evidence for potential future claims, involving clinical negligence, accidents at work or RTAs.
He has also been instructed by public bodies including health authorities, social care organisations, trades unions, and the Ministries of Justice and Defence.
Above all, Jack is an insightful, intelligent and adaptive advocate whose approach ensures the best possible outcome in this unique area of law.