Described as "A very impressive advocate indeed”, Mark acts in multitrack cases of all levels and complexity and at all stages of the claim, from initial advice, interlocutory and case management hearings, conferences up to trial and settlement meetings. He often deals with substantial value claims and has been instructed on cases against silks without a leader.
Mark has an extremely approachable manner and is excellent at putting clients at ease.
He is always ready to chat with solicitors who wish to discuss a case in its early stages, without obligation.
Mark has been involved in industrial disease litigation since the start of his practice, over 25 years ago. He has extensive experience for both Claimants and Defendants in cases involving: -
- Mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and other asbestos related death and injury
- Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome
- Occupational asthma and other respiratory injuries
- Industrial deafness
- Stress at work
- Passive smoking
- Work-related upper limb disorders, in particular for ceramic workers in the potteries.
For information relating to Mark’s clinical negligence and personal injury practice, please see separate CV’s.
He works paperless and is therefore happy to accept instructions in PDF format.
Mark has high-end conference telephone/ video conferencing facilities.
"Mark was the recipient of high praise. Interviewees explained that Radburn is ‘a technically excellent barrister and an astute strategist’”
"A very impressive advocate indeed”
"Highly thought of”.
"The one to use for a case that requires a fight”.
"Combines a pragmatic view of cases with a good client manner”.
"A quick brain and client friendly”.
"Mark is equally lauded for his skills as a negotiator ‘as a result of his negotiations many of his clients have been saved a lot of money’”.
"A favourite with many solicitors and fellow barristers”.
"Has cemented a practice in both catastrophic personal injury work and clinical negligence”
Personal Injuries Bar Association