Jurisdictional Gateways in Personal Injury claims
Terrence Donovan, Lady Brownlie’s solicitor and a partner at Kingsley Napley, said: “She was also injured in the accident, and is deeply disappointed by the manner in which this otherwise indefensible claim has been repeatedly dragged through the appeal process. To quote from submissions that were made to the High Court: justice delayed is justice denied.”
Terrence Donovan, Lady Brownlie’s solicitor, said his client was disappointed by the way “this otherwise indefensible claim has been repeatedly dragged through the appeal process.”
Terrence is the Head of the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury Department. He has a national reputation, and is one of the most respected and senior solicitors in the field. Terry’s Personal Injury work is mostly for clients who have very serious injuries, or for the families of people who have died in accidents (Fatal Accident claims). Most of his cases arise from road traffic accidents, or injuries in the work place.
A number of Terry’s cases have involved foreign accidents. He acted in the inquest for Horatio Chapple, a young man who was killed by a polar bear whilst on an expedition to Svalbard in Norway. He also represents the widow of Sir Ian Brownlie QC whose case Brownlie v Four Seasons Holdings Inc went to the Supreme Court in 2017. The case continues, and is concerned with whether the English Courts have jurisdiction to rule on fatal accidents that occur in other countries.
If you or someone you care about has suffered an injury and you think that you may have a claim, please contact one of our Medical Negligence & Personal Injury lawyers on 020 7814 1200 to speak with us in confidence or submit an enquiry.
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