Clinical Negligence

“Jeremy is very good at dealing with really technical cases.” “He is clever and hard-working.” “Jeremy provides clear and concise advice.” “He is always able and willing to respond to questions and extremely approachable.”  (Chambers & Partners 2023)

“Jeremy is highly intelligent and can think out of the box. He develops unique strategies. His advocacy is exemplary.” (Legal 500 2023)

“He is highly respected in court and is a great advocate.” “Brilliant on difficult technical cases and confident and empathetic with clients.” “He’s very strategic, willing to go the extra mile and an absolute delight to work with.” (Chambers & Partners 2022)

“Intelligent and strategic approach to complex cases. An excellent advocate.” (Legal 500 2022)

“Extremely hard-working and very charming.” “He is very good on his feet in court.” “He is absolutely committed to his client’s case and he fights his corner hard.” (Chambers & Partners 2021)

A terrifically intelligent barrister who excels in cases with really difficult medicine evidence.” (Legal 500 2021)

Selected Cases

  • DMB (2020): High value cerebral palsy claim.
  • RA (2020): High value claim for severe brain injury sustained at birth.
  • ARB v IVF Hammersmith [2018] EWCA Civ 2803 Holmes v West London Mental Heath Trust (2018) Tucker v Griffiths [2016] EWHC 1214
  • Williams v Bermuda Hospitals Board [2016] UKPC 4; [2016] 1 WLR (D) 50
  • Thefaut v Johnston [2017] EWHC 497
  • Hogg v Secretary of State for Health [2015] EWHC 267
  • Ms B v An NHS Hospital Trust [2002] EWHC 429 (Fam): Right to die with dignity.
  • H(A Healthcare Worker) v Associated Newspapers & Ors [2002] EWCA Civ 195: HIV infected healthcare worker seeking to restrict disclosure.
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