Mark Armitage specialises in personal injury, industrial disease and inquest work.
His industrial disease practice focuses on asbestos litigation; asthma claims; cancer; COSHH claims; dermatitis; HAVS claims; NIHL claims and all aspects of upper limb disorders/repetitive straining injury claims.
Mark undertakes all aspects of personal injury litigation arising out of accident claims with a particular emphasis on accidents at work and claims arising as a result of road traffic collisions. He deals with claims of maximum severity for both claimants and defendants.
Over the last 10 years, Mark has undertaken an increasing volume of inquest work on behalf of: families; NHS medical and ambulance trusts; care homes and care staff; insurers in road traffic accidents and employers in relation to accidents at work. He is well versed in dealing with all issues arising as a result of Article 2 and has appeared before many juries in cases lasting for up to 4 weeks.
Mark maintains an interest in litigation arising out of costs’ issues and is instructed to attend detailed assessments and deal with all aspects of funding and the quantum of costs.
Mark is a contributing editor to Sweet & Maxwell’s Charlesworth & Percy on Negligence and was involved in editing several chapters for the 14th Edition including those dealing with employers’ liability and professional negligence.View full profile »
- MA (Cantab)
- LLM (Cantab)