Personal injury forms the centre of Alex’s practice. He regularly appears in matters in the Multi-Track and Fast Track concerning:
- Road traffic accidents
- Employer’s liability
- Occupier’s liability
- Product liability
- Vicarious liability
- The Highways Act
- Psychological Injuries
- Fundamental dishonesty and LVI
- MOJ Portal claims.
Alex has considerable experience drafting pleadings and advices in complex personal injury cases including matters involving permanent conditions and provisional damages.
Alex has built up extensive knowledge in credit hire matters through regular instructions in high value fast track disputes. He undertakes work on both claimant and defendant sides and has dealt with cases covering a broad range of credit hire issues.
- Kaplan Law School BPTC
- University of Southampton LLB Law
- Inner Temple Profumo Scholarship
- Inner Temple Major Exhibition Award
- Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Kaplan BPTC Future Potential Scholarship
Professional qualifications & appointments
- Bar Pro Bono Unit
- Personal Injury Bar Association
- BPP Civil Forensic Accountancy Course
- Western Circuit's Vulnerable Witness Advocacy Training Course.
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3PB’s Alexander Whatley has successfully defended against a claim for an agency fee which turned on the interpretation of an ‘Introduction’. This is a wid...Read more
Commercial update: Settlement agreements, unknown claims, and finality
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Alexander Whatley gives an update regarding security for costs and ATE insurance
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