Neil Thompson

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Over 30 years’ experience in litigation. Instructed by leading national solicitors.
He has extensive trial and tactical experience and is a skilled negotiator. He has an established reputation for reliability, sound judgment and an approachable, user-friendly rapport with fee-earners and clients.
Recent caseload has included:-
- Gynaecology – negligent repair of vaginal tear after forceps delivery
- Obstetrics, gynaecology /general surgery: negligent management of ectopic pregnancy
His recent seminars:-
- Brexit: Brave New World
- Part 36 Offers - Securing an advantage
- Public Liability: Developing Obligations
- Vicarious Liability- the Limits of Principle
- Low Symptom Asbestosis Litigation
- The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013: Civil liability for breach
- The Data Protection Act 1996 from the Litigation Lawyers Perspective
- Drafting Effective Witness Statements
Notable Cases
Mannion v. William Kenyon and Sons Ltd
Birmingham County Court 2009. Asbestosis. Provisional damages: application for further award, effect of co-morbid conditions on quantum/life expectancy
Crust v. Powell
Telford County Court 2010. Motorcycle fatal accident. Proof of dependency following divorce and reconciliation: 100,000.
Weekes v. Stearn
Motorcycle fatal accident and secondary victim claims: 250,000 Oxford County Court 2008
Robinson v. Jaguar Cars Ltd
Birmingham County Court 2008. Abuse of process: effect of settlement of Employment Tribunal claim on personal injury claim
Rogers v. Birmingham YMCA
2008. Birmingham County Court. Work stress / harassment. 29,000 (settlement)
Mercury v. A.C. Lloyd Builders
Nuneaton County Court 2006.325,000. Building site, back injury
Ferguson v. Railtrack
Chesterfield County Court 2005. 215,000. Motorcyclist. Severe closed head injury
Kelly v First PMT
2004 Stoke County Court - Bus operator liable to driver employee for failure to install assault safety screen
Coates v Jaguar Plc [2004] EWCA Civ 337
Turner v Moseley
2003 Birmingham District Registry 1.03 million - 16 year old severe head injury
Petts v Copeland
2003. Birmingham District Registry. 2.9million catastrophic injuries to 6 year old in RTA
Tall v Taylor
2001. RCJ. 1.2 million - severe closed head injury
Jones v Stones CA [1999] 1 WLR 1739
Bannister v SGB Plc CA [1998] 1 WLR 1123
Personal Injuries Bar Association
BA (Hons)

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