Jeremy practices in all aspects of personal injury litigation. He is highly regarded specialist in claims defended by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau and in road traffic accident claims were liability remains hotly contested. He also possesses deep rooted experience in all quantum aspects of catastrophic injury claims, especially those arising from polytrauma; fatal accident; and traumatic brain injury claims. Regarding causation he has a particular interest in functional neurological disorders; somatoform disorders; and chronic pain presentations and has considerable experience in litigating cases where losses are founded on self-owned business losses. He is renowned for his professional approach; trial advocacy; and excellent client care, a leading expert recently describing him as “the most rigorous and thorough Counsel I have worked with over many years…”
University of Leeds, LLB (Hons); Inns of Court School of Law, BVC 1996; Lincoln's Inn - Hardwicke Scholar
Personal Injury Bar Association; Professional Negligence Bar Association; Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (Specialist Counsel)
Jeremy is the editor and/or co-author of a variety of books including (1) APIL: Guide to Catastrophic Injury Claims, 2nd Edition; (2) APIL: Guide to Road Traffic Accident Liability, 2nd Edition; and (3) APIL Guide to MIB Claims, 4th Edition. In 2019 he was also appointed as General Editor of the Journal of Personal Injury Law.
Jeremy near Norwich, with his wife and four children. Now Zoom and M/S Teams proficient.