Christopher is known for his detailed case analysis, client-focused approach and thorough cross-examination skills. He accepts instructions from claimants and defendants across all areas of personal injury work, including:
- road traffic litigation;
- public liability claims;
- employers’ liability cases;
- travel sickness cases;
- occupiers’ liability claims;
- industrial disease matters;
- claims arising out of assaults and batteries;
- professional negligence claims; and
- credit hire.
His practice involves:
- advising in person and in writing;
- drafting all types of pleadings;
- attending all types of interim hearings;
- multi-track, fast track and small claims track trials and disposal hearings;
- MOJ Stage 3 hearings; and
- infant approval hearings.
Examples of Cases
- Bryn Austin v Jet2holidays Limited – successfully represented the claimant in a travel sickness claim.
- Mavis Smart v Walsall Community Transport Limited – represented the Defendant in a road traffic accident claim. Case dismissed.
- Daud Mushtaq v Boston Van Hire – successfully represented the claimant and overcame an allegation of fundamental dishonesty.
- Marie Lidster v Jasmine Holt and Dorothy Sewell – represented the Claimant in a PI claim arising from a battery. Secured damages, costs and Part 36 consequences after a trial.
- Malcolm Exley v Nu-Phalt Limited – negotiated the settlement of a multi-track case on behalf of the Claimant.
- Susan Moore v Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust – employer’s liability case (ongoing) following an attack by an in-patient.