The rights of injured people post-Brexit – Chris Deacon writes for PI Focus
14 February 2019
Andrew specialises in personal and clinical negligence cases involving catastrophically injured clients. He is also involved with claims resulting from fatal accidents, claims involving psychiatric injury and applications to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA), and the interplay between those various actions.
Andrew acted for the claimant in the reported case of Wright v. Barts Health NHS Trust, a claim involving multiple defendants and multiple claims.
A graduate of Brunel University, Andrew joined Stewarts in 2006, qualifying in 2009. He became an associate in 2014 and senior associate in 2018.
Andrew is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Andrew enjoys sport, particularly cricket, where he is chairman of Battersea Ironsides CC, and spending time with his two small children.