Lawyer profile for UK 2022
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Travel: International Personal Injury (Claimant) - UK-wide
"Julian has an enormous intellect and massive work drive. He is very conscientious and doesn't leave any stones unturned." "He is a really clever, conscientious and tenacious lawyer who is head and shoulders above anyone else working in this field." "He is a very impressive lawyer - he has absurdly good technical skills and will not stop until he gets a result."
Personal Injury: Mainly Claimant - London (Firms)
"Enormous brain with expertise in very complicated matters." "A go-to for travel accidents, a phenomenal partner."
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Julian has a rare dual speciality of acting for clients who have sustained life-changing or fatal injuries in an international context. He has successfully recovered over £140 million in the UK and across the globe for claimants who have sustained spinal cord and severe brain injury, amputations, and for the families of fatal accident victims.
Julian also specialises in costs and litigation funding. Julian fought the case of Harding v Wealands, setting a precedent which helped countless others injured in accidents abroad to recover full compensation.
Julian joined Stewarts in 2000, made partner in 2002, founded the international injuries team in 2007 and was appointed the firm’s compliance officer for legal practice in 2012.
Chairman of the Forum of Complex Injuries Solicitors (FOCIS). APIL Fellow and accredited specialist in spinal injury and accidents abroad. Member of the Law Society PI Panel, ISCOS and PEOPIL.
Julian authors two chapters of the well-regarded Schedule of Loss textbook. He is a regular contributor to a wide variety of legal journals and lecturer at national and international conferences.
Julian cycled solo from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego in 1999-2000, a total of 15,000 miles. He rides a bike on a daily basis.