William Waldron QC and Pankaj Madan secure £4.5 in brain injury claim
October 4, 2018
Liability was substantially disputed and life expectancy was foreshortened in a hard-fought case.
The High Court of Justice in London approved the £4.5 million settlement earlier this year.
Will Waldron QC travels the country handling catastrophic injury claims of complexity and high value and has a particular expertise in brain, spine and amputee cases. Will is a Bencher of Gray’s Inn, Chair of Northern Circuit Advocacy Training, was Deputy Chair of the internationally renowned Advocacy Training Council, and in 2016 he was appointed as Deputy Governor of its successor, the prestigious Inns of Court College of Advocacy.
Pankaj Madan is fast becoming a recognised leading name with specialist expertise in brain injury, Severe limb injury and high value CRPS claims. Pankaj is also a national lecturer in Personal Injury and is on the CLT (Wilmington Group) panel of lecturers.
Both are members of the personal injury team at Exchange Chambers.