Even at this early stage in his career, Philip has developed a busy practice both in and out of court. He is valued by his instructing solicitors for the comprehensive and punctual nature of his work.
Philip has a rapidly progressing Personal Injury practice. He represents both claimants and defendants in a range of matters, including:
Philip has experience beyond his call, and whilst the value of his caseload varies, he has substantial multi-track experience. Examples of his recent work include:
Philip is willing and able to assist at all stages of a claim. He is particularly adept at dealing with medical experts where he is able to leverage his own qualification as a doctor.
Philip is willing to work on a nil-uplift Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) basis where appropriate.
Philip has a burgeoning Clinical Negligence practice far beyond his call. He is able to leverage his qualification as a doctor to quickly identify, understand and advise on the key issues in cases.
Examples of Philip’s recent work include:
Philip is regularly instructed on matters of 5 and 6-figure value covering a wide-range of factual matters. His cases will often involve multiple experts, and complex issues of Breach or Causation.
Philip is willing to work on a nil-uplift Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) basis where appropriate. He is happy to attend inquests where there are sufficient prospects.
Philip has a growing Costs Litigation practice representing both claimants and defendants. He regularly undertakes Client and Cost Management System (CCMC) work, negotiates interim payments, and advises on costs issues. His Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence practice gives Philip an excellent understanding of fixed costs provisions and Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS).
Recent examples of Costs Litigation issues Philip has dealt with are:
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