17th October, 2014

Chambers are pleased to welcome new tenant Philip De Berry

Phil has developed a very busy practice in personal injury and industrial disease litigation. He has significant trial experience in industrial disease cases and routinely settles cases at JSM valued up to £1m. Phil has appeared before the Court of Appeal, High Court and Divisional Court in appeals and catastrophic injury cases. He is familiar and adept in dealing with the issues arising in catastrophic brain injury matters, fatal accidents and complex medical causation cases. His costs background makes him ideal for interlocutory matters involving costs management.

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