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Industrial Disease

"The wide variety of expertise and skill available at varying degrees of seniority is unmatched by any other chambers in the country."

Chambers UK 2021

"Great strength in depth."

Legal 500 2021

"A superb set which consistently delivers a great service."

Chambers UK 2020

"The clerks are always willing to go the extra mile to assist when something urgent comes up."

Chambers UK 2019

"No5 Barristers Chambers is 'a very strong set', housing two separate groups for clinical negligence and personal injury matters with over 70 barristers across the teams."

Legal 500 2019

No5 Barristers’ Chambers has a large and dedicated team of specialist practitioners in the field of industrial disease. The team has a breadth of experience encompassing asbestos litigation, carcinogens and toxicity, respiratory diseases, dermatitis, and work-related stress disorders, as well as noise-induced hearing loss claims, vibration induced conditions, and upper limb disorders.

Directory entries in Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners have consistently praised No5’s aptitude in and experience of industrial disease litigation.

Members of the group are often instructed in high profile cases in the High Court and Court of Appeal, as well as group litigation and test cases. From a defendant’s perspective, our industrial disease specialists have in- depth knowledge of the insurance issues that arise in historic claims, overlapping health and safety prosecutions, and public law issues affecting local authorities.

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Our national presence enables us to offer a service to clients throughout the country. Whatever the nature or complexity of the case, members of the No5 Industrial Disease Group will have the right level of experience and expertise for your client.

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Industrial Disease Barristers

Henry Pitchers KC

Call 1996 | Silk 2020

David Tyack KC

Call 1994 | Silk 2021

Neil Thompson

Call 1982

Richard Moat

Call 1985

Peter Dean

Call 1987

Mark Radburn

Call 1991

Nick Xydias

Call 1992

Charles Crow

Call 1999

Richard Adams

Call 1999

Andrew Rhodes

Call 2015

Melanie Mills

Call 2022

Industrial Disease Clerks

William Theaker

Practice Director, Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury

Clare Radburn

Practice Director, Family, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury

Pete Mottram

Practice Manager, Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury (Multi-Track)

Ed Milburn

Personal Injury (Fast-Track) Team Leader

Matthew Reeves

Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury (Multi Track) and Regulatory Clerk

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Tim Pole prosecutes in HSE v Akram and Inam Hussain

Two brothers from Stoke-on-Trent have been handed prison sentences after they exposed at least 7 workers to asbestos. Stafford Crown Court heard that neither A Hussain or…

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James Doyle defends in Environmental Crime Case

Raymond Shepherd, who ran Albert Hill Skip Hire in Darlington, has been found guilty of operating a regulated facility without a permit, failing to comply…

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Inquest jury returns verdict of death by industrial disease

No5 Chambers barrister, Mamta Gupta, represented the family of a lady from Dudley in the West Midlands at an inquest into the circumstances surrounding her…

Clerk Team

William Theaker

Practice Director, Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury

williamt@no5.com

07494 070989

Clare Radburn

Practice Director, Family, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury

clarer@no5.com

07809 407950

Pete Mottram

Practice Manager, Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury (Multi-Track)

peterm@no5.com

Ed Milburn

Personal Injury (Fast-Track) Team Leader

edmundm@no5.com

Matthew Reeves

Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury (Multi Track) and Regulatory Clerk

matthewr@no5.com

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