Charles Crow

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In addition to being an accredited mediator, Charles practices in all areas of personal injury law with particular experience in the areas of travel/holiday illness litigation, RTA fraud, health and safety at work/employers’ liability, highways cases, Coroner’s Inquests, CICA hearings, industrial diseases, and general road traffic accident litigation including MIB claims.
Charles regularly acts for both Claimants and Defendants at all stages of the litigation process, including drafting and advising.
He has experience of various aspects of Motor Indemnity work, including: policy coverage issues, MIB and Article 75 insurer status, dual insurance, and the Untraced Drivers agreement.
Instructions are accepted on a direct access basis.
During his training for the Bar, Charles obtained the Hardwicke Scholarship as well as the Tancred Studentship (Lincoln’s Inn).
“A technically brilliant and powerful advocate who is thorough, persuasive and able to get to the crux of complex matters quickly and with ease.” “He stands out for his tenacity and commitment to getting the best result.”
Chambers UK 2020
“He has an extremely effective style in tribunal which leads to early results.”
Legal 500 2020
“Thorough, insightful, conscientious and fiercely bright. He is formidable in court and has an excellent way with his clients.” “A good, measured advocate.”
Chambers UK 2019
“Very personable with a fierce intellect.”
Legal 500 2019
Deputy District Judge
Personal Injuries Bar Association
LLB (Hons) (Exon)

Latest News & Publications

Proportionality has been the watchword in costs for such a length of time that one might have...

Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2019
In the recent case of Awan v. ICTS UK Ltd [2018] 11WLUK 385 (Simler J, President) the EAT confirmed and strengthened previous decisions (Aspden v. Webbs Poultry [1996] IRLR 251, Briscoe v. Lubrizol Ltd [2002] IRLR 607, amongst others) to the effect that a term will be implied into contracts of employment that "once the employee has become entitled to payment of disability income due under the long-term disability plan, the employer will not dismiss him on the grounds of his continuing incapacity to work”.  But is this apparently Claimant-friendly decision potentially a two-edged sword?...

Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2018