- Clerk Name: Stuart Pringle
- Clerk Telephone: 01962 868 884
- Clerk Email: [email protected]
Tagbo Ilozue accepts instructions across a broad range of Chambers’ specialisms, with a particular interest in regulatory crime, inquests, personal injury, professional negligence, professional discipline, and public law.
He brings to his practice as a barrister the knowledge and experience that he gained working as a doctor in a variety of medical and surgical specialities. Before leaving his medical career, he completed the membership exams of both the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Physicians. He also holds a doctorate in Developmental Biology and a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy & Psychology.
Tagbo Ilozue is a member of the 3PB Inquests Team. His medical and scientific background gives him a valuable insight into the sensitive issues raised in such proceedings and a particular skill in dealing with complex expert evidence.
He will provide representation for any interested party. Recent cases include:
- Re: II
Representing His Majesty’s Coastguard in a 3-week inquest touching on the death of a man who drowned in the English Channel off the coast of Dorset.
- Re: MA
Representing the family in a 1-day inquest touching on the death of a preterm infant who died shortly after birth.
- Re: FO
Representing His Majesty’s Coastguard in a half-day inquest touching on the death of a man who drowned after jumping into the Thames to try to save a woman who was struggling in the water.
- Re: TR
Representing a care-home in the final 2 days of a 4-day inquest (Tagbo stepped in at short notice to cover for a colleague) touching on the death of a resident at the home who sustained a catastrophic head injury in a fall.
- Re: LD
Representing Dorset Police in a PIRH for an inquest touching on the death of a woman who was murdered by her husband.
- Re: CG
Representing a company in a PIRH for an anticipated 2-day jury inquest touching on the death of a man who died in the course of his work as a contractor for the company.
- Re: BW
Representing the family in a 2-day inquest touching on the death of a patient who passed away shortly after he received an overdose of lorazepam in a drug administration error. Tagbo also advised regarding the quantum of the associated clinical negligence claim, which reached a favourable settlement following the inquest.
Tagbo is a member of the Health and Safety Lawyers’ Association.