Louisa Denning

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Louisa practises exclusively in the field of personal injury acting for both Claimants and Defendants. Much of Louisa’s work is of a complex nature and involves claims of substantial value.
In recent years Louisa has acted in cases involving:
- Significant Brain Injury
- Limb Amputation
- Serious Spinal injury
- Pain Disorder
- Psychiatric Injury
- Multiple Injuries arising from crushing
- Risk of Epilepsy (where Provisional Damage are claimed)
Louisa’s attention to detail is well suited to cases involving:
- Substantial loss of earnings
- Complex care requirements
- Alternative accommodation claims
- Claims for aids and equipment (including prosthetics)
- Loss of Pension
Louisa’s practice encompasses both advisory and adversarial elements. She is well suited to client-facing work (i.e. conferences and joint settlement meetings) and takes particular care to explain her advice in a clear and straightforward manner to her lay and insurer clients.
In very high value cases, Louisa works well with Leading Counsel and serves as an effective interface between her instructing solicitor and Queen’s Counsel.
Louisa is diligent and prides herself on her ability to respond to her instructions in a timely manner. She is an advocate of paperless working wherever possible.
Notable Cases
Louisa is presently involved in the following ongoing matters:
A claim pleaded in excess of 1,000,000.00 by a young man who suffered an above knee amputation in an accident at work.
A claim pleaded at 500,000.00 by a male who suffered a serious shoulder injury which prevented him from working to his planned retirement date.
A claim pleaded in excess of 1,000,000.00 by a male who suffered a significant brain injury consequent upon being struck by a car.
A claim of substantial value by a female who suffered a wedge fracture of her thoracic vertebra, chronic pain and myofascial pain affecting the quadratus luborum muscle requiring pain management treatment.
A claim of substantial value by a male who was crushed on a track at work and suffered Post Traumatic Stress Disorder preventing his return to similar work.
A claim of substantial value by an infant who suffered a brain injury following the collapse of a railing outside her family home.
Personal Injuries Bar Association
MA (Hons) (St John’s College, Cambridge)

Latest News & Publications

CPR 45.29C sets out the amount of fixed costs payable in Fast Track claims...

Date: Mon, 18 May 2020
"Louisa Denning recently addressed delegates at the Association of British Insurers' Conference on the subject of "Prosecuting Fraudsters: Contempt and Committal”...

Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2018