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    Makhsudul Islam is new recruit to Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence

    Makhsudul Islam (2013 call), pictured here, becomes a member of 3PB Barristers today - having completed a third six pupillage with the national chambers - and will specialise in personal injury and clinical negligence claims, costs and  insolvency/debt recovery. A former PI litigation solicitor, Makhsudul has already built up a busy court practice of trials, interlocutory hearings and drafting. He has a strong following and is regularly instructed by tier 1 defendant insurance law firms...

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  • Personal injury law newsletter out now - February 2022

      Welcome to our first Personal Injury law newsletter of 2022 It certainly has been a busy few months, and I am not talking about all the alleged partying at Downing Street but, I am referring to the numerous cases recently reported and relevant to the law of Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence. This newsletter analyses some of those cases and also includes guidance on the New Highway Code Provisions. Luke Ashby writes about the...

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    Antonia Jameson returns to Chambers after 12-year absence

    3PB barrister Antonia Jameson (1999 call), who now specialises in personal injury, clinical negligence and inquests, has returned to 3PB, having spent 12 years away from the Bar as a full-time mother. She will again practice from 3PB’s Bournemouth office, but her caseload is covering the whole of the UK. Antonia, pictured here, has a practice encompassing advocacy and advisory work for both claimants and defendants. She has always represented a wide variety of clients,...

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  • Ellena Pearson 3PB Barristers

    Personal Injury barrister Ellena James (nee Pearson) joins 3PB

    Barrister Ellena James (2015 call), pictured here, joins 3PB Barristers today and will specialise in personal injury, inquests, clinical negligence claims and credit hire litigation, acting for both claimants and defendants. Ellena is regularly instructed in both fast-track and multi-track RTA claims, credit hire litigation case and employers' liability and public liability disputes. She also has experience of claims concerning the Animals Act 1971, the Highways Act 1980 and appeals to the 1st Tier Tribunal...

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    Conor Mullan joins Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence teams 

    Conor Mullan has joined 3PB and will continue to specialise in personal injury, clinical negligence and inquests. A former criminal law barrister, he joins from another London set where he also built up a strong regulatory practice in health and safety and coronial law. He has been longstanding panel-approved counsel for the insurance sector, conducting serious injury cases on behalf of all the major insurers and their preferred defendant law firms. Dual-qualified in Northern Ireland...

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    3PB supports Smile4Wessex in raising money for the Wessex Neurological Centre charity

    3PB’s team of specialist personal injury law barristers, led by Practice Director, Dave Snook (pictured here), attended this years’ annual gala dinner to raise much needed funds for the Wessex Neurological Centre. The annual gala dinner took place at The Macdonald Botley Park Hotel and was a well-attended event with law firms such as Novum Law, Moore Barlow and Enable Law also in attendance. Smile4Wessex funds projects which support the work of the Wessex Neurological...

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    Golf day raises £14,000 for the Spinal Injuries Association

    3PB’s specialist personal injury law team recently partnered with Markel UK, HCC Solicitors and SIA Case Management to organise a golf day to raise much needed funds for the Spinal Injuries Association. The golf day took place on Wednesday 15th September at Lutterworth Golf Club. Over 80 participants signed up and together they raised an impressive £14,000. The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) support and give a voice to the 50,000 people in the UK living...

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  • Personal injury law newsletter out now - June 2021

    No images? Click here Welcome to June's newsletter In this edition of the newsletter we announce some changes at the helm of the 3PB Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team. You will find this edition packed full with news, including the review of the Laura Booth inquest and Mark Lomas' representation of her parents; Sunyana Sharma's recent inquests training for Middle Temple and our recent involvement raising funds for Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire. We...

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  • Heads of group Michelle Marnham and Luke Ashby

    3PB appoints Michelle Marnham and Luke Ashby to lead its talented PI and Clinical Negligence team

    3PB Barristers are delighted to announce the appointment of Michelle Marnham to head its Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Teams. Michelle Marnham will be supported by Luke Ashby who becomes Deputy Head for the team. Chambers expresses its many thanks to Mark Lomas, who passes on the baton to Michelle and Luke. Mark headed the team since 2015 and was instrumental in its development: 3PB is now home to 36 personal injury practitioners and 25...

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    Hats4Headway virtual quiz raises over £1,000 for Headway

    National chambers 3PB’s personal injury and clinical negligence team partnered with Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire for the second time this year to organise a virtual quiz in aid of the brain injuries charity. Thanks to the generosity and support of the 55 attendees who donned their wackiest hats (photo evidence attached) for another evening testing general knowledge skills, the teams managed to raise an incredible £1,073 to help Headway continue supporting people affected by...

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  • Inquest

    Long running inquest into the death of Laura Booth concluded

    An inquest that saw solicitors instructed in early 2018 concluded that Laura Booth, a young woman who went in to the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in 2016 for a routine procedure, became unwell and developed malnutrition due to inadequate nutrition. David Evison, a Partner at Anthony Collins, who acted for Laura’s parents throughout the inquest process, says in his write up of the inquest that the coroner found Laura's death was contributed to by neglect on...

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    Virtual quiz raises over £1,500 for Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire

    National barristers chambers 3PB’s Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team joined forces with Novum Law, Trethowans and Fawcetts to organise a virtual quiz in aid of brain injuries charity Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire. The quiz took place via Zoom on Friday last week and thanks to the 81 participants, the teams managed to raise an incredible £1507.95 on the night! All donations were greatly appreciated by this pioneering charity and will enable Headway Salisbury...

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