Insurance & Reinsurance
- Paperback & Trustees for Roman Catholic Purposes v Kimberly Clark (2015) – Fire claim against paper manufacturer by owners and lessees of a warehouse destroyed by fire, claims totalling over £5 Million.
- Richmond v Tesco Underwriters (2015) – Acting for insurers in proceedings over policy construction of a household policy covering unsatisfied judgments.
- Middleton v MMA (2014) – Appearing for insurers at trial in a policy dispute claim over whether property damage by a tenant’s arson was covered or excluded under landlord’s property policy.
- Harrison v Technical Sign, Maison Blanc & Others (2012) – Claims for over £2 million by three claimants against five defendants arising from serious injuries when a heavy shop fascia fell onto them; numerous claims between the various defendants and their insurers.
- Plasteknik v Allianz & Caunce O’Hara (2011) – Claim against insurers for £5 million under a property policy for destruction of a factory by fire; issue over construction of policy conditions; and concurrent claim against insurance brokers for negligence.
- Anglo North American v Vann (2011) – Subrogated claim by insurers together with insured’s own claim for property damage and substantial loss of profits arising from damage to an automatic car wash.
- Dunn Monarch & Searle v Cornish Bakehouse, Caffe Pasta & Others (2011) – Subrogated claims by insurers of various properties in respect of damage from a fire breaking out in a ground floor restaurant. Contribution claims between the restaurant, supplier of the fat fryer, and manufacturer of the fat fryer.
- Dow Corning v Tornomeccanica (2011) – Subrogated claim by employer’s liability insurers, claiming indemnity or contribution from the Italian manufacturer of a pulley system which broke, causing injury to an employee.
- Lloyd Evans v Zurich (2010) – Claim against insurers under landlord’s property policy for fire deliberately started by tenant; issue over policy exclusions and construction of the policy.
- Wallace v Allianz (2010) – Claim against insurers under property policy in respect of oil damage to land and cottage from a damaged fuel tank.
- Woodside Care Home v Gregory (2010) – Claim by a care home for property damage and substantial loss of profits arising from roofing works inadequately protected against heavy rain.
- Dudley v Nordea (2010) – Claim for personal injuries from a tripping accident in a lift in an office building, with various contribution claims between building owners, lessees, and lift maintenance company and their insurers.
- Lloyds Bank v Kuehne & Nagel (2009) – Claim for £800,000 in respect of land contamination from diesel leaking from tank on industrial premises.
- Aegon & GP Nominees v Blue Circle, Jarvis & Roger Bullivant (2008) – Claims by the freeholder and the leaseholder of newly built warehouse premises, claiming about £3 million against developers, contractors and piling subcontractors, arising out of cracking of floor slab due to defective piling works.
- Safeway v McAlpine (2007) – Fire claim for £4 million against builders and architects arising from inadequate fire stopping in the roof space of a large supermarket which burned down.
- Univar v Send (2007) – Claim for loss of profits arising from contamination of large quantities of toothpaste during manufacture.
- Cobbetts v Templeton (2006) – Claim for £1 million under legal expenses insurance by solicitors as appointed representative under the policy.
- Buncefield litigation (2006) – Involved at early stage on liability issues.
- Neptune Public House (2004) – Claim for £1 million arising out of a fire at a public house.
- Center Parcs v Axa & Marsh (2003) – Claim against insurers for £80 million under a property policy for destruction of a factory by fire; issue over misrepresentation and non-disclosure; and concurrent claim against insurance brokers for negligence.
- MA (Cantab)
- Commercial Bar Association
- London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association
- Personal Injury Bar Association
- Professional Negligence Bar Association
- Technology & Construction Bar Association
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