Scott’s expertise spans a broad range of international serious/catastrophic personal injury cases including adventure, sports and leisure accidents, European and international road traffic accidents and holiday claims and disputes.

He is also experienced in international recoveries, subrogation and insurance issues, travel insurance policy disputes.

Scott is well-versed in travel and tourism law, consumer travel issues, package travel regulations and international conventions including Montreal and Athens. His private international law expertise includes cases involving the Brussels Regulations and Convention, and Rome I and II Regulations.



  • Scott is recognised as a leading travel law / international injury lawyer by Chambers & Partners and Legal 500, the two leading independent legal journals:
  • “Scott is super knowledgeable, very calm under pressure, very measured, very meticulous.”
  • “Scott put clients at ease with his ability to intuitively tune into their concerns, offering the perfect balance of knowledge and bedside manner.”
  • “Scott is excellent. He deals with the most complex work and get fantastic results for his clients”.


  • Wall v Mutuelle de Poitiers Assurances – Scott’s client sustained a spinal cord injury in France. This Court of Appeal judgment involved application of EU Regulation 864/2007 (Rome II), substantive and procedural law and expert evidence.
  • Zac (A Minor) v The Estate of A (deceased) – The first periodical payment order made under the Damages (Jersey) Law 2019. The client had sustained a traumatic brain injury in Jersey.
  • £8 million pound settlement for a client, a UK national, who sustained a spinal cord injury in Belgium.
  • Multi-million-pound settlement for a client, a Spanish national, who sustained a double amputation as a result of an accident at work.
  • Settlement for a UK resident who sustained a brain injury as a result of suffering carbon monoxide poisoning while staying in a hotel in USA.


Scott graduated with a first-class law degree before training and working at Leigh Day Solicitors. He joined Stewarts in 2006, becoming a partner in 2013. He has worked exclusively for catastrophically injured clients for over 20 years.

Accreditations and Memberships

Scott is an APIL accredited international injury specialist and assessor. He also holds the APIL spinal cord injury and APIL brain injury specialist accreditations. He is a member of the Travel and Tourism Lawyers Association, APIL, Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers and United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum.

Publications and Media

Scott regularly authors injury-related articles. He speaks annually at the AGM of the Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injury Group, for whom he provides a free legal service.


Scott enjoys travel, theatre, Italian food and wine. Attending the Eurovision Song Contest is his not so guilty pleasure.