Peregrine specialises in representing claimants in catastrophic injury claims involving traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries as well as amputations. He maximises awards in claims involving road traffic accidents and those arising out of unsafe premises, but has a special interest in liability work involving complex accident at work claims. Timely and comprehensive rehabilitation for his clients is always at the forefront of his mind.


Peregrine has been ranked for the past four years in Chambers. He was described in 2016 as “absolutely brilliant”, and “commercially astute and thoroughly approachable”, in 2017 he was ranked as the Star Associate in personal injury work and described as “brilliant with clients” and someone who “works very hard”, and in 2018 he was noted as being “excellent” with particular strength in cases of complex and severe brain and spinal injury.


  • JDF (a child) v Hampshire County Council – In early 2017 Peregrine secured record breaking compensation for a young girl who sustained a severe traumatic brain injury in 2012. The Claimant received a lump sum of over £9.1m together with annual payments for life for her care and case management (periodical payments) totalling the equivalent sum of £28m capitalised to assist her in securing the necessary care, case management, therapy, professional deputyship and accommodation needs to ensure her quality of life. Interim payments of £1.3m were obtained to cover her considerable care and therapy needs throughout the running of the claim, as well as purchase a suitable property for her.
  • NIH ( a protected party) v Chief Constable of Surrey – In 2016 he helped a young woman who had sustained a profound brain injury achieve a settlement of £2.5m plus annual payments for life for care and case management (capitalised equivalent sum of over £7.5m).

In recent years, he has settled several multimillion pound brain and spinal injury cases as well as an upper limb amputee claim.


Peregrine joined Stewarts in 2010 and was promoted to partner in 2017. His career has been spent working exclusively on behalf of injured claimants, initially at Blake Lapthorn and then at George Ide.

Accreditations and Memberships

Peregrine is a member of APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers).


Peregrine enjoys playing racketball, reading crime fiction, and country walks with his wife and two young sons.