Stuart has a busy and wide-ranging personal injury practice. He acts in a sensitive but forthright manner in multi-track claims on behalf of both claimants and defendants, and is happy to accept instructions on a CFA basis.
His main areas of expertise include:
- Road traffic accidents
- Military cases
- Public liability
- Employers’ liability
- Costs Budgeting
- Actions against the Police
- CICA claims
Always happy to provide informal advice on procedure and tactics at any stage in proceedings, Stuart prides himself on an ability to establish strong relationships with solicitors and clients. He is able to draw on his experience prior to the Bar when dealing with cases that have human rights implications; something in which he has a particular interest.
Personal Injury Cases
M v MOD (2019) – In this liability denied military claim involving a significant knee injury sustained during a training exercise, Stuart acted for the claimant throughout and secured a net settlement of £335,000 at a JSM.
P v S (2018) – Stuart was involved in this claim arising out a meniscal injury sustained at work from an early stage, ultimately securing a settlement of £320,000 at a JSM.
C v CICA (2016) – In this sensitive CICA claim Stuart successfully argued that the Authority had adopted the wrong tariff and secured a doubling of the Appellant’s award on appeal.
S v GMP (2016) – Stuart acted for the claimant from the outset in this action against the police following a police dog bite, advising on prospects, quantum and evidence, and ultimately securing a settlement.