...clients endorse Nigel Spencer Ley for 'eye for detail' and 'excellent paperwork'.Legal 500
Nigel has experience in all aspects of personal injury work including:
Hayes v South East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (2015)
NHS Trust found liable for failure to administer appropriate treatment to patient suffering asthma attack which resulted in death.
Tarren v Peterborough & Stamford Hospitals (2013)
Approval of novel reverse indemnity clause in Order for periodic payments in claim by brain-injured Claimant; gross award £3.75million.
Lac & others v Clayton (2009)
Contributory negligence of pedestrians waiting at scene of an accident.
Robert Jones Hospital v Budd (2008)
Manchester C.C. Application by Defendant for pre-action disclosure from Claimant.
Gedye v Land Rover (2008)
Barnet CC ability to continue action against one Defendant having reached settlement with another.
Lewis v Avidan (2005)
Whether Workplace Regulations impose absolute duty to keep floor of workplace free of water.
McMahon v Brett (2003)
Recovery of damages for alternative therapies.
Saed v Ealing Hospital (2001)
Failure to diagnose tuberculosis.
Conaty v Barclays Bank (2000)
Secretary at bank developing RSI as a result of excessive typing.
Walsh v Gywnedd County Council (1998)
Failure to provide adequate supervision to psychiatric patient who later committed suicide.
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Nigel Spencer Ley is listed as a leading personal injury junior in the Legal 500.
“His drafting is superbly clear and he is always approachable.”
“Experienced in acting for claimants and defendants.”
“…clients endorse Nigel Spencer Ley for ‘eye for detail’ and ‘excellent paperwork’.”
“…puts his detailed knowledge of the NHS to good use.”
Nigel is the co-author of the Wrongful Birth chapter in Kemp & Kemp.
Nigel enjoys playing tennis and the piano (both very badly and never at the same time). His real passion however is skiing in the Bernese Oberland in Switzerland.
He is President of the Down Hill Only Club (the DHO), one of the world’s oldest skiing clubs.