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Peter is a very experienced clinical negligence practitioner. He is mainly instructed by claimants. He covers a very wide range of cases including very high value claims. He is approachable and user friendly.
Recent/ongoing cases include claims against:-
GP for failing to diagnose meningitis leading to triple amputation, hospital by pregnant lady for failing to diagnose appendicitis, hospital for failure to diagnose ischaemic episode leading to above knee amputation, GP surgery for failing to diagnose stroke, GP surgery for failing to diagnose breast cancer, patient died, GP surgery for failing to make specialist emergency referral leading to loss of sight in one eye, hospital midwives/obstetricians for failure to monitor heart rate of baby leading to hypoxia and brain damage (3 cases), health authority for failing to provide appropriate post-natal literature alerting parents to signs of hip deformity in a child, dental clinic for negligent treatment relating to inserts and bridge hospital for negligent treatment of fistula leading to patient’s death, hospital for failing to replace shunt of cerebral palsy sufferers timeously (2 cases), GP/hospital for failing to diagnose or treat in good time cauda equina syndrome (several cases), Hospital for negligently performed disc repair
PERSONAL INFORMATION,
DOB 26 9 62 aged 53, Married, 2 children, Resides in Kensington, Interests sport, jazz etc
Recommendations
Peter is listed as a leading junior in Chambers 2016 and was listed as a leading junior in the Legal 500 for 2015
Has significant experience in wide-ranging personal injury cases, including claims stemming from fatal accidents, industrial deafness and amputations. “He is clearly very intelligent and goes down well with judges. He is excellent with clients and is a very good advocate.”
Chambers UK, 2016
‘Willing to discuss issues before giving his opinion’
Legal 500, 2015
Memberships
Midland Circuit
PIBA
APIL
PBNA
Fellow of ALA (Agricultural Law Association)
Qualifications
Queen’s Scholar, Westminster School
Double First in Literae Humaniores, Oriel College, Oxford
Diploma of Law City University