Stephen Campbell - Personal Injury
Stephen undertakes work in the areas of personal injury and clinical negligence for both claimants and defendants. Recent experience includes cases of brain damage; paralysis; limb amputation and industrial disease; obstetric accidents and claims against the manufacturers of benzodiazepine drugs and their prescribing doctors.
Stephen also has substantial experience in commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution including contractual disputes; sale of goods; restraint of trade; civil fraud construction and professional negligence.
In Chambers UK Guide 2008 Stephen is described as “someone you can trust completely. He stands out for many as one of this sets leading juniors”.
LLB (Hons) (Liverpool)
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Personal Injuries Bar Association
Midland Commercial and Chancery Association
Deputy Coroner for Birmingham
Recorder - Crown Court and County Court
"He is very approachable and has a good demeanour about him. He is good on his feet." "His charm and willingness to spend time on matters mark him out as someone clients warm to."
Chambers UK, 2016
‘Very personable, very efficient and good with clients.’
Legal 500, 2015
Focuses on cases involving brain injury and amputation. He is highly regarded for his work on behalf of insurer clients, although he is also frequently instructed on behalf of claimants. "He demonstrates excellent technical skills and provides sound and common-sense advice to clients." "He has a very measured approached in trial; he's calm and manages to get the key points across in an effective way."
Chambers UK 2015
'Experienced in claimant and defendant personal injury matters.'
Legal 500 2014
"He's very experienced on inquests. He's approachable - he has a good bedside manner with clients."
Chambers UK 2014
Stephen Campbell is noted for his "approachability and good bedside manner with clients." He has particular expertise in inquests.
Chambers UK 2013
Stephen Campbell is "fantastic with clients" and offers "straightforward advice" to both claimants and defendants on severe brain injury, amputation and industrial disease claims.
Chambers UK 2012
Stephen Campbell is a leading junior who has attracted the praise of commentators due to his "skill in gauging the feel of a courtroom and taking tactical decisions on his feet."
Chambers UK 2011
Stephen Campbell was the recipient of high praise. Interviewees explain that Campbell is "always popular with clients,"
Chambers UK 2010
Boyce v Wyatt Engineering  EWCA Civ 692;  CP Rep 87;  CPLR 343; Times, June 14 2001
Salfrad Hussain v Birmingham City Council  EWCA Civ 1570