Ben is personal injury practitioner with a busy paper and Court practice.
Following being called to the Bar in 2010, Ben worked as a solicitor in the counter-fraud department of a leading, national law firm before joining Chambers in 2018. During pupillage, under the supervision of Jonathan Boyle, he continued to develop his practice in personal injury litigation, acting for both Claimants and Defendants with an emphasis on defendant fraud work.
Owing to his background and experience, Ben has a particular interest in motor insurance fraud and LSI claims. He is regularly instructed by insurers to attend interlocutory hearings, conferences with lay and professional clients as well as trials on both the fast and multi-track. He also accepts instructions to draft defences, applications and provide advices in terms of liability, prospects and quantum.
Ben also acts for Claimants in a variety of personal injury matters at both interlocutory hearings and at trial and accepts instructions to draft statements of case.
Ben also has experience representing interested parties in inquests and is happy to consider cases on a conditional fee basis, where appropriate.