“Sat, no words can express my admiration for just how on top of everything you have been, I question whether you needed the rest of us at all”

A Clinical Negligence QC

Sat joined Kingsley Napley in 2016 and works as an Associate in the Medical Negligence and Personal Injury team. Sat has experience working on high-value medical and personal injury claims. 

Sat regularly represents clients who find themselves dealing with life changing situations which can be emotionally difficult. He is both professional and approachable, and brings a personal touch to all his work. 

He has vast experience of working with clients who have sustained a range of injuries arising from medical negligence, including brain injuriesinjuries arising from birth, cerebral palsy, orthopaedic injuries, male fertility and urology, ophthalmic injuries and gastrointestinal injuries.  Sat also advises on personal injury claims including severe injuries caused by Road Traffic Accidents.

His commitment to helping those who have suffered an injury is also reflected through his regular volunteering for a medical advice charity, Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the UK charity for safety and justice advising individuals who have sustained an injury as a result of medical negligence. 

Sat is  an active member of Kingsley Napley’s BAME group and The Society of Asian Lawyers. He regularly attends events  exploring Diversity and Inclusion  within the legal and other professional sectors, and regularly blogs on topical and current affairs.

Sat also speaks conversational Punjabi and is currently undertaking an evening Punjabi course at Kings College London to develop his reading, writing, speaking and listening abilities.

Professional Societies and Memberships


Notable cases:

  • Securing a multi-million pound settlement for a child who suffered a hypoxic ischaemic brain injury at birth leading to four limb cerebral palsy, severe learning disability and visual impairment.
  • Working on the settlement of a multi-million pound claim for a child who suffered a brain injury at birth following the negligent mismanagement of his feeding. He now has complex functional disabilities including microcephaly, epilepsy, mildly impaired gross and fine motor function, cerebral vision impairment, speech impairment and moderate learning difficulties.
  • Investigating a claim for a child who suffered hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy leading to a diagnosis of cerebral palsy as result of failures during his birth.
  • Investigating a claim for a gentleman who is infertile following the failure to diagnose testicular torsion.
  • Investigating a claim for a woman who received negligent post-operative treatment following excision for endometriosis.
  • Investigating a claim for a gentleman who suffers from permanent peripheral visual field loss in both eyes as a result of a failure to diagnose glaucoma.
  • Working on the settlement for an elderly lady following loss of sight in one eye as a result of a failure to diagnose and treat a viral infection.
  • Investigating a claim for a young woman who has lifelong orthopaedic injuries as a result of a failure to diagnose hip dysplasia when she was a child.
  • Investigating a claim for an elderly lady who, after complicated surgery on her foot, fell during her physiotherapy due to a lack of safeguarding.
  • Investigating the death of a gentleman as a result of a failure to diagnose a brain haemorrhage.
  • Working on a fatal claim following the death of a young father as a result of a failure to diagnose deep vein thrombosis.


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