About Me:

I specialise in Personal Injury litigation. The majority of my practice involves Industrial Disease whilst I also maintain a very busy Employer’s Liability practice.

My work also includes niche personal injury areas such as: accidents involving military personnel and accidents which take place at sea.  I draw upon my 10-years of experience in the Royal Marines Commandos prior to joining the Bar for practical experience of each.

My previous military service and practical experience are invaluable when assessing the merits of any case I am instructed in.

I have been appointed to the Attorney General’s ‘B Panel’ of Counsel and am regularly instructed to advise and appear on behalf of public bodies particularly in relation to Industrial Disease and military matters. 

I am the co-ordinator of Chambers’ Industrial Disease Group. Instructing Solicitors can contact me regarding any opportunities for training or assistance that they may wish to discuss.

I have been working ‘paperless’ for many years in relation to papers/ paperwork, and since towards the beginning of this year also in relation to all court-work.  Accordingly, I welcome receiving papers via electronic means.

Outside of Chambers, I am kept busy by a young family and triathlon training, having completed three ‘Ironman’ triathlons.