Charles Fulton

Charles Fulton

Year of Call: 2015
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7583 8055

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Charles Fulton is a barrister with 3PB, specialising in personal injury.

Prior to moving to the self-employed Bar, Charles worked in health policy, initially as a Policy Officer at the Nursing and Midwifery Council. In this role, he analysed pieces of legislation to provide policy guidance to colleagues, and researched and wrote the organisation’s Strategic Context Report in order to help to develop its long-term strategy. He then worked as a Senior Policy Officer for Diabetes UK, where he was the policy lead for the charity’s work in relation to children and young people.

Charles has also undertaken pro bono work for the Free Representation Unit, has mooted at Inner Temple and at BPP University, and has represented Newcastle University at the European Universities’ Debating Championship.

In his own time, Charles enjoys travelling, learning languages and visiting museums and art galleries. He speaks upper intermediate level Spanish and intermediate level French.

Charles Fulton is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. Please contact Charles for a copy of his privacy policy which sets out the basis upon which any personal data he may collect about you, or that is provided to him, will be processed by him. He will provide a copy of this policy to you within 2 working days of its request.


  • Personal Injury
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    Charles Fulton is regularly instructed to appear on behalf of Claimants and Defendants in a variety of Personal Injury hearings and trials.

    He has been instructed in:

    • Road Traffic Accident Fast Track trials. He has dealt with the following issues in such trials:
        • Liability
        • Causation
        • Assessment of general damages for pain, suffering and loss of amenity
        • Credit hire
        • Fundamental dishonesty
        • Costs
    • Public liability Fast Track trials
    • Interim application hearings
    • Case Management Conferences.

    Charles has additionally drafted the following types of paperwork:

    • Infant approval quantum advice
    • Advice on liability and quantum
    • Particulars of Claim
    • Further and Better Particulars
    • Schedule of Loss.

    Charles is keen to develop a practice in other aspects of personal injury, in particular, product liability claims and travel claims. He is also keen to develop a practice in Multi-Track personal injury work.

    Clinical Negligence

    Charles is keen to develop a clinical negligence practice and to accept instructions in this area.

  • Articles
    • Case summary of a recent Occupiers’ Liability case: Juj v John Lewis Partnership plc [2023] EWCA Civ 1507

      Charles Fulton summarises the case of Kanwarjit Singh Juj v John Lewis Partnership PLC in which the claimant, an 83-year-old man, sustained a serious injury following a fall in a car park adjacent to a Waitrose store. A reminder that non-owners of premises may owe a duty under the Occupiers Liability Act 1957.

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    • The Whiplash Injury Regulations 2021 and Mixed Injuries

      Charles Fulton summarises and comments on Rabot v Hassam and Briggs v Laditan [2023] EWCA Civ 19. These cases, which were appeals from the County Court to the Court of Appeal, dealt with the construction of section 3 of the Civil Liability Act 2018 (“the Act”).

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    • Highways Act 1980 Case Summary & Comment: Deborah Barlow v Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council [2020 EWCA Civ 696]

      3PB's Charles Fulton provides a case summary of Deborah Barlow v Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council [2020 EWCA Civ 696]

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  • Recommendations

    “What a great result for both the client and us. I would like to thank you for such a great job on this one… the client was very impressed with you and wanted me to pass on his thanks again”

    Litigation Executive, Fletchers Solicitors

    "I had a car accident… I want [to] say thank you to the barrister Charles Fulton."

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