Matthew Brunning

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Matthew Brunning has wide experience of representing a variety of parties in inquests arising from a range of incidents. He has acted for families, insurers, prisons and other agencies in inquests arising from a variety of deaths in custody (suicide, drug overdose, coeliac disease and so forth), at work (from land fill sites to vineyards) and on roads. He regularly undertakes inquests for various arms of the government, having been on the T-Sol panel since December 2007, and thus has significant experience of article 2 inquests.
Recommendations
“Very diligent and easy to deal with.” “Very personable and very switched-on.”
Chambers UK 2019
“He’s a tenacious litigator, he sees the bigger picture and he’s very good with clients.” “He’s someone who can assimilate masses of complex stuff very, very quickly. He has impressive attention to detail and is always totally prepared.”
Chambers UK 2019
“He has an amazing eye for detail; clients warm to him.”
Legal 500 2019
“He fights very hard on behalf of his clients and he is excellent at disentangling complex and voluminous evidence.” “He provides balanced advice to achieve the best outcome.”
Chambers UK 2018
“Specialises in fraudulent injury claims.”
Legal 500 2017
“Superb on detail and can dissect even the most complex evidence into understandable formats.” “Provides balanced advice to achieve the best outcome.”
Chambers UK 2017
“His advocacy skills are formidable.”
Legal 500 2016
“Intellectually there are few who can compete with him, he can grasp the most complex evidence and make it simple.”
Chambers UK 2016
Appointments
Attorney General’s Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown (2007) but did not re-apply in 2012
Memberships
Personal Injuries Bar Association; PNBA
Qualifications
BA (Worcester College, Oxford)