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

In this episode, Senior Associate Chris Smith turns the discussion on its head speaking to a past client who sustained a catastrophic injury and has been through the litigation process.

This is an extremely interesting exploration of what the litigation process looks like through the eyes of a claimant and his family.

See the recording below:


Catastrophic Injury Claims - Client's perspective


About the host – Chris Smith, Senior Associate

Chris Smith Senior Associate Personal InjuryChris Smith and acts in complex and high-value personal injury cases for adults, children and protected parties. Since joining Stewarts, Chris has recovered damages in excess of £40m for his clients.

Chris deals with cases involving a wide range of catastrophic injuries including spinal injury, brain injury and amputation arising from complex road traffic accidents, accidents at work and public liability claims.



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