Personal Injury News

3PB's PI & Clinical Negligence Group to support the Child Brain Injury Trust with their Midlands Golf Day and dinner on 21 May

3PB’s Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Group are delighted to be supporting The Child Brain Injury Trust by sponsoring and organising the inaugural Midlands Golf Day & Dinner on Tuesday 21st May at Olton Golf Club. This golf day will help raise crucial funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust and highlight the fine work […]

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3PB adds new recruit to its Personal Injury practice

3PB is delighted to further strengthen its expanding Personal Injury team with the addition of Eloise Turnnidge. Eloise represents both Claimants and Defendants, regularly appearing at trials and interim application hearings. She advises on all aspects of litigation, including liability, quantum, indemnity and strategy. Prior to joining the Bar, Eloise worked in the employers and […]

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3PB takes on new highly experienced personal injury and clinical/dental negligence specialist lawyer

3PB is pleased to announce its recruitment of barrister Sarah Mynard, a highly successful personal injury litigator and solicitor-advocate who has been the director of Wisdom Law, her own dental negligence practice since 2009. Sarah has over 25 years experience, qualifying as a solicitor in 1991 and becoming a barrister last year. She holds the […]

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3PB's Susan Jones represents family in inquest over the death of a dock worker

Properly-enforced safety procedures would have prevented the death of a dock worker crushed by a container, an inquest jury has concluded. Mieczyslaw 'Mitch' Siwak, 34, from Bognor Regis, was killed at Flathouse Quay, Portsmouth, in 2017. MMD Shipping Services, which operates the site, said it had introduced new safety measures since his death. A jury […]

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3PB’s Luke Ashby appointed as First Tier SEC Tribunal Judge

3PB’s personal injury barrister Luke Ashby has been appointed by the Senior President of Tribunals as a part-time Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Social Entitlement Chamber). He will be hearing appeals concerning social security, support for asylum seekers as well as appeals against decisions of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. Luke – who was called […]

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Susan Jones successfully opposes High Court Appeal challenging both Procedural Matters and Findings of Fact

Susan Jones successfully opposed High Court Appeal before Mrs Justice Lambert Arising out of a Public Trial, at which Susan acted for the Claimant at First instance, the Appellate Local Authority challenged a decision of a Circuits Judge on 5 Grounds, which Susan categorised under two headings: Whether the Judge was wrong to allow the […]

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Protection for solicitors against direct settlement out of costs when acting under a CFA Lite in RTA Protocol cases

Third six pupil Ikeni Mbako-Allison examines the implication of the Supreme Court's judgement in the case of Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Ltd v Haven Insurance Company Ltd on protection for solicitors against direct settlement out of costs when acting under a CFA Lite in RTA Protocol cases. Click here to read Ikeni's analysis. Ikeni's profile can be viewed here.

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3PB shortlisted for Personal Injury awards

Chambers is delighted to announce that our personal injury group has been shortlisted for Chambers of the Year at the 2018 Personal Injury Awards. Mark Lomas, 3PB's Head of Personal Injury, said: "This is fantastic news on the back of a record year. Looking forward to the Awards evening. Lots of our insurer and solicitor […]

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