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Jamie Gamble - Personal Injury

Jamie practices exclusively in the areas of personal injury and clinical negligence, specialising in cases of serious injury.  

He is consistently ranked as a leading barrister for personal injury in both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners, having been described therein as “a great all-round barrister” who is “fiercely intellectual and has a very analytical brain”, “good with clients” and “a very safe pair of hands”.

Jamie has extensive experience of all areas of personal injury practice, including the following areas:

  • Cases involving serious brain injury, including a number of ongoing cases of traumatic brain injury arising out of road traffic accidents, and an accident at work leading to subarachnoid haemorrhage and stroke.
  • Cases involving serious spinal injury, in relation to which he has been praised by Chambers UK 2017 (“particularly knowledgeable in spinal injury”).
  • Amputation cases, including an ongoing case of below knee amputation following an accident at work with a potential value in excess of £1 million, and a claim for above knee amputation following a motorcycle accident (with Leading Counsel) which settled at a roundtable meeting for £1.6 million and
  • Fatal accidents and claims for lost years.
  • Employers liability and disease claims, including those involving mesothelioma and other conditions caused by exposure to asbestos.
  • Road traffic accidents, including experience of cross-examining accident reconstruction experts at trial.
  • Public liability.
  • Claims involving allegations of fraud. 
  • Complex interlocutory hearing and procedural issues.
  • Applications to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
  • Appeals of CRU certificates.
  • Coroner’s Inquests.

Jamie is a member of the LexisNexis expert panel for answering queries relating to personal injury claims, and regularly provides seminars to professional clients on a variety of subjects.


MA (Cantab) Law (Selwyn College, Cambridge University)

BVC (Inns of Court Schools of Law)


Personal Injuries Bar Association



“Experienced senior junior well regarded for his expertise in personal injury and clinical negligence work. He has a particular focus on cases involving catastrophic injury and death.
"He's fiercely intellectual and has a very analytical brain." "A very technical barrister who's good with clients and is a very safe pair of hands."
Recent work: Acted for the defendant in a multi-track employers' liability case where both liability and causation were in dispute.
Chambers UK Bar 2019
Leading junior, personal injury

“He has an incredibly sharp mind”
Legal 500 2018
Leading junior, personal injury and clinical negligence

“A knowledgeable barrister, who gives clear, assertive advice.”
Legal 500 2017
Leading junior, personal injury and clinical negligence

“A great all-round barrister”
Legal 500 2016
Leading junior, personal injury and clinical negligence

“Can always be relied upon to provide a definitive opinion when required”
Legal 500 2015
Leading junior, personal injury and clinical negligence








Notable cases

Re M (2018) – road traffic accident with expert accident reconstruction evidence and liability issues, settled for £175,000.

Re S (2017) – severe lower limb fractures and CRPS following accident at work. Settled at a roundtable settlement conference (with leading Counsel) for £1.4m.

Re J (2015) – Serious multiple injuries to child injured in a road traffic accident for which liability was in dispute, settled for £250,000.

Re B (2013) – Above knee amputation following a motorcycle accident. Dealt with all aspects of the case without a Leader until a roundtable settlement conference, at which the case settled for £1.6m.