Malcolm practices exclusively in the fields of personal injury and clinical negligence litigation. He has considerable experience of clinical negligence claims in a wide variety of fields including:
- Colorectal surgery
- General surgery
- Orthopaedic surgery
- Accident and emergency medicine
- Obstetrics and gynaecology
- Acquired MRSA
“His broad practice includes industrial disease, catastrophic injuries and public liability claims.”
Legal 500 2019
“He is excellent with clients and has a calm head in vigorously contested cases.” Band 2 – PI Chambers UK 2018
Chambers UK 2018
“He has in-depth knowledge of complex neurological issues.” - Ranked: tier 1
Legal 500 2017
“He has an excellent work ethic, great attention to detail and is very good with clients.” “He has a strong approach to negotiation and a focus on truly representing his clients.” “An intelligent, articulate and a skilled advocate.”
Chambers UK 2017
“An excellent advocate.”
Legal 500 2016
A highly experienced junior with significant expertise in cases involving catastrophic injuries. Instructing solicitors value his dedication to cases and skilled advocacy. Strengths: “He is immaculately prepared every time and stands out for his fighting spirit.” “He has a phenomenal memory for case law. He is very approachable and good with clients, yet is ruthless at cross-examining.” Recent work: Represented the defendants against claims brought by a young girl injured by a roof tile dislodged by wind in conditions that may have allowed the use of Act of God defence.
Chambers UK 2016
S v University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust 
delay in diagnosis of ST- elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). Settlement.
Q v Dr C and Mr C 
radiologist failed to identify congenital tethered spinal cord on MRI and surgeon, in performing spinal decompression surgery, damaged spinal cord causing severe neurological disability. Settlement following JSM.
KH v University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust  (Lawtel)
failure to identify and treat thoracic aortic aneurysm which ruptured causing death. Secondary victim and FAA claims. Settlement GBP 400,000 approved by HHJ Denyer QC.
F v King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 
delay in diagnosis of and treatment for carcinoma of the bladder. Settlement.
MYSW v Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust 
delay in diagnosis of and treatment for lung cancer. Settlement.
O v University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust 
delay in diagnosis of and surgery for cauda equine syndrome. Settlement.
colorectal surgery resulting in chronic abscess cavity in pelvis, ileostomy and colostomy. Settlement: GBP 700,000 -Inquest concerning high death rates at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (current)
negligently performed neurosurgery causing Frankel D spinal cord injury and upper limb amputation. Settlement: GBP 1.125m
elective total hip replacement for elderly patient. Acquired MRSA, causing multiple further surgical procedures and permanent disability. GBP 400,000
Professional Negligence Bar Association
Personal Injuries Bar Association
LLB (Hons) LLM (London)