Private Practice

Personal Injury Solicitor

Personal Injury Solicitor

  • Solicitor / litigation executive working within the Employers/Public Liability injury casualty team.
  • Case load - primarily litigated Employer Liability and Public Liability cases on behalf key insurer clients.
  • All case types covered including catastrophic injury, motor, casualty, disease, product and health and safety.
  • 3+ PQE - FILEX/Solicitor with a demonstrable interest and previous experience in the practice area.
  • We have over 2,300 employees, combining our comprehensive UK network with coverage across Europe, The Americas & APAC.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

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Is COVID-19 likely to result in an increase in occupational stress claims?

Occupational Stress claims remain relatively low volume. However, societal attitudes to mental ill-health and wellbeing have evolved rapidly in

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Recoverability of inquest costs - what constitutes an ‘admission’?

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Boohoo - A tearful lesson on supply chain ethics?

On 24 September 2020, Alison Levitt QC published her independent report into the fashion giant, Boohoo PLC. This followed investigations and a report

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Refusal to Strike Outgive Summary Judgment demonstrates the Court’s willingness to consider the expansion of the ambit of Quincecare Duties

In Hamblin & Hamblin v World First Ltd and Moorwand NL Ltd, the High Court refused to strike out representative proceedings brought by the victims of

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The impact of the Supreme Court judgment in Sevilleja v Marex on D&O claims

The recent Supreme Court judgment in Sevilleja v Marex (July 2020) has narrowed the scope of the legal principle of reflective loss. It confirms that

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Bitcoin battles and jurisdiction under the Defamation Act 2013

A recent decision by the Court of Appeal has clarified when a claimant can bring an action for defamation against a person domiciled outside of the

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Swift v Carpenter - The Answer to Accommodation Claims or Just a Halfway House?

The long-awaited decision of the Court of Appeal in Swift v Carpenter, which has become a test case for accommodation claims in personal injury

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Disease Update: 2020 Q3

Hello and welcome to the DACB Q3 2020 Disease Update. In this edition we will be covering the latest developments in disease litigation from COVID-19

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NHS supplier claims for COVID-19 related costs

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E-mailing MHA forms: Making sense of the changes coming soon

With a view to moving with the times and reflecting our increasing reliance on technology in light of Covid-19, the government is making some changes

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Right to privacy: will reliance on WhatsApp messages in misconduct proceedings be a breach of the right to privacy?

The police force was entitled to rely on officers’ WhatsApp messages in misconduct proceedings. During an investigation into a serious

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Confidentiality clauses: a confidentiality term was drafted too widely to be enforceable

A contractual confidentiality term which was intended to run indefinitely and covered confidential information about the employer’s “business

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Employment tribunals: amendments to tribunal rules to increase hearing capacity

The Government intends to amend the Employment Tribunal Rules of Procedure to increase the capacity of Employment Tribunals to hear claims and to

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