This is the third part of our four-part mini-series dealing with the key stages of the litigation process in a catastrophic injury claim.

Associate Emma Lyons examined how a case is run after court proceedings are issued, witness evidence, schedules of loss, settlement meetings, the trial and key considerations in relation to form of awards.

See the recording below:


Catastrophic injury claims, a quick-fire guide to the litigation process – part 3 with Emma Lyons

About the speaker – Emma Lyons, Associate

Emma Lyons Associate Personal InjuryEmma specialises in high-value and complex claims involving catastrophic injury.

Emma’s expertise extends to claims arising from the most serious accidents including brain, spinal cord, orthopaedic and neurological injuries.



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