Matthew Stockwell delivers course on running brain injury cases
Matthew will be training practitioners on how to handle a case involving brain injury, during a one-day introductory course accredited by APIL and the BSB, held both in London (on Monday 13 June 2016) and Manchester (on Tuesday 21 June 2016).
This course is designed for any practitioner wishing to handle a brain injury case. It will be covering amongst others, issues such as: how to recognise a brain injury and how it overlaps with other injuries; dealing with insurers and defendants from the outset; rehabilitation and case management; choosing experts; starting proceedings; court approval and financial and investment advice.
Matthew is a personal injury and public law barrister who specialises in serious injury litigation and welfare related aspects of public law. His caseload is made up almost exclusively of cases with a mixture of high value, sensitivity and complexity. He is recognised for his know-how and experience, combined with a strong work ethic and empathy with clients. Matthew has acted for claimants and defendants at all levels up to and including the Supreme Court.
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