Matthew's practise comprises all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence work. He undertook pupillage in London with a strong focus on complex and high-value clinical negligence claims.
He continues to act on behalf of both Claimants and Defendants in a wide variety of claims, representing parties from the earliest stages of claims through the Coroner's Court, to trial or Joint Settlement Meetings.
Matthew’s practise includes a wide variety of clinical negligence work, including birth injury cases, delayed diagnosis of various conditions, including antenatally, and surgical injuries.
Matthew has significant experience of the CICA, having appeared in a large number of multi-million pound pre-tariff brain injury claims. He was involved in the drafting of a Peters-type undertaking for use in CICA claims of significant value which would meet with the approval of the Court of Protection.
In 2007 Matthew was appointed to the Attorney-General’s regional panel. He is a contributing editor to Butterworth’s Personal Injury Law Service.
‘He has a very calm and measured manner which inspires confidence in him.’
Legal 500, 2015
Attorney General’s Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (2007)
Personal Injuries Bar Association; PNBA
BA (Worcester College, Oxford)