1992, Inner Temple
Personal Injury Bar Association
BA (Hons), University of Central Lancashire
Karim is a highly experienced and accomplished trial advocate who has a busy and well-established personal injury practice, including considerable expertise in claims against local authorities as highway authority, landlord or occupier of premises. His personal injury practice also encompasses areas such as employer's liability (accidents at work and stress claims), fatal accidents (claims on behalf of the estate and dependants), road traffic accidents (including claims against the Motor Insurers' Bureau), claims involving allegations of fraud (such as staged accidents, bogus passenger claims and low velocity impact arguments), accidents at work, product liability and consumer protection, injuries of the utmost severity and solicitor's negligence matters, particularly those arising out of personal injury claims.
Karim has a keen interest in psychiatric and neurological damage and has cross-examined medical experts in many personal injury cases.
In addition, Karim continues to pursue a Landlord & Tenant/Housing practice which includes possession proceedings, Anti-Social Behaviour Orders, disrepair including Environmental Protection Act proceedings, unlawful eviction, disability discrimination, harassment and racial harassment, stalking/malicious communications, housing benefit and homelessness, including proceedings under the Housing Act 1996/Homelessness Act 2002.
Karim is instructed on behalf of both Claimants and Defendants in equal measure and regularly undertakes CFA work. A prompt and efficient turnaround of all paperwork is guaranteed.
Away from chambers Karim enjoys travel, cinema, reading and Blackburn Rovers.
Mr Karim Sabry is a practising barrister, who is regulated by the Bar Standards Board. Details of information held by the BSB about Mr Karim Sabry can be found here.
Mr Karim Sabry’s will happily provide no obligation quotations for all legal services that he provides. Their contact details can be found for employment here and for personal injury here. It is most common for Mr Karim Sabry to undertake Court and Tribunal services for a fixed fee or a brief fee plus additional refresher days. For advisory work, paperwork and conferences it is most commonly charged at an hourly rates although fixed fees are available. Conditional Fee Agreements and Damages Based Agreements will be considered in cases with favourable prospects of success. Mr Karim Sabry will typically return paperwork within 21 days, however professional commitments, complexity and volume of documentation can affect these approximate timescales.
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