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6th June, 2014

Tom Gilbart Acts for Family of Deceased in Complex Inquest

Tom Gilbart has represented the family of the deceased in a complicated inquest requiring detailed cross-examination of engineering experts.

Mr Gilbart, instructed by Pannone part of Slater and Gordon, acted for the widow of a man who died when the ‘cherry picker’ on which he was working toppled over. The fatality resulted in significant media attention and a long-running investigation by the Health and Safety Executive.

The hearing of the inquest involved detailed legal argument between Mr Gilbart and the Queen’s Counsel appearing on behalf of another party.

Mr Gilbart appears on behalf of companies; families; NHS trusts and other interested parties at inquests. His Health and Safety CV can be found here.



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