Lawyer profile for UK 2022
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Navdip specialises in complex and catastrophic brain injuries involving multi-million pound claims, many of which commence in the High Court.
He has a reputation for representing clients in the UK and overseas, taking on challenging cases with impressive results, including children with permanent brain injuries.
Experienced in dealing with the issues involving clients under surveillance and fundamental dishonesty. He is known for rigorously defending clients against allegations for not wearing seat belts, passengers getting into vehicles where the driver is intoxicated and for pedestrians running into the road and sustaining life changing injuries.
He has built up a formidable reputation working with leading medical experts in their fields of neurosurgical and neurological care, neuropsychiatric and neurological aspects of brain injury.
He has spent over 20 years as a Personal Injury solicitor and has been head of the Personal Injury department since 2017.
Member of APIL ,Brain Injury Group & Headway
England and Wales Cricket Board Level 2 qualified coach and plays for Chenies & Latimer Cricket Club. A keen cyclist and marathon runner.