Eamonn Hurley-Flynn

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Eamonn undertakes work in all areas of personal injury law acting for both claimants and defendants in both Fast Track and Multi Track work. He has wide experience of employers’ liability, Highways Act and other public liability claims, CICA appeals, and inquests in the Coroner’s Court. Eamonn also has an extensive paperwork practice including advising on settlement, drafting Particulars of Claim, drafting Defences and drafting Part 35 questions to experts.
Eamonn takes pride in his ability to balance the need for a calm and sensitive client-focussed approach with the need to be robust where appropriate. He has also dealt with cases where fundamental dishonesty has been alleged and is fully familiar with the evidential and procedural issues that arise in such cases.
Eamonn has experience of fraudulent insurance litigation and is a panel barrister for a major group of insurers. Eamonn has a breadth of experience including fake passenger claims, ‘slam on’ accidents, low speed impact cases and exaggerated personal injury claims.
Insurance Fraud
Eamonn has experience of fraudulent insurance litigation and is a panel barrister for a major group of insurers. Eamonn has a breadth of experience including fake passenger claims, ‘slam on’ accidents, low speed impact cases and exaggerated personal injury claims.
Awards
Certificate of Honour, Middle Temple
Baron Dr Ver Heyden de Lancey Prize, Middle Temple
Diplock Scholar, Middle Temple (BPTC)
Cohen Scholar, BPP Law School, Leeds (BPTC)
Harmsworth Scholar, Middle Temple (GDL)
Cohen Scholar, BPP Law School, Manchester (GDL)
Memberships
Personal Injury Bar Association
Middle Temple
Qualifications
BPTC “Outstanding”, BPP Law School Leeds
GDL “Distinction”, BPP Law School Leeds
BA (Hons) History, University College London

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In July 2019 the Court of Appeal judgment was handed down in the joint appeals of West...

Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2019
Those reading this article will undoubtedly be familiar with the concept of provisional assessment since its introduction in 2013. Although initially proposed for cases where the costs claimed did not exceed 25,000 the limit imposed was in fact 75,000. A substantial number of cases that fall outside the scope of the fixed costs regime are now subject to provisional assessment....

Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2019