He has a fantastic eye for detail, is able to break down complex legal principles into easily digestible pieces and easily builds a rapport with everyone involved in the case.Chambers UK
Andrew has considerable experience of advising Claimant’s in cases involving allegations of dishonesty and fraud. He has experience of dealing with LVI cases and claims involving the use of surveillance and social media evidence. Andrew’s practice has primarily focused to date on Claimant instruction and advisory work in cases where allegations of fundamental dishonesty are raised. He is experienced in dealing with medical experts asked to comment on allegations of dishonesty, particularly where surveillance evidence is deployed in individual cases. In his earlier years of practice Andrew appeared in numerous criminal fraud cases both prosecuting and defending.View full profile >>
Acting for the Claimant who sustained a TBI in an accident at work. Settlement achieved at a JSM for a sum of £1 million.
ST v Welsh Government
Led by Lloyd Williams QC in a claim arising from a highways accident in which the Claimant suffered a TBI. The claim posed considerable liability issues. Settlement achieved circa £1 million.
Acting for the Claimant in a fatal accident claim settled at a JSM for a sum circa £1.7 million
Re: GR v Tata
Acting for the Claimant in a TBI claim from an accident at work. Settlement achieved at JSM for £400,000.
Led by Lloyd Williams QC, acting for an infant claimant who sustained catastrophic injuries at two weeks old from a car accident. Settlement achieved and approved for approximately £14.5 million.
Led by Lloyd Williams QC in a claim settled at JSM for circa £4 million. The Claimant suffered spinal injuries in a motorbike accident leading to parplegia.
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Wales & Chester Circuit
Inns of Court School of Law, BVC – 1999 – 2000
Diploma in Law, University of Glamorgan – 1998 – 1999
B.Soc.Sci (Politics), University of Manchester – 1995 – 1998
“He’s very professional” (Chambers UK, 2022)
“Andrew is very empathetic with clients and is also very flexible when working with you and towards what you require. He has an excellent commercial and practical approach to claims (Legal 500, 2022)
“He has a fantastic eye for detail and is able to break down complex legal principles into easily digestible pieces. He easily builds a rapport with everyone involved in the case, from the lay clients through to the medical experts.” (Chambers UK, 2021)
“He has an uncanny ability to connect and relate to claimants of varying backgrounds” (Legal 500, 2021)
“Particularly recommended for cases with complex causation issues” (Legal 500, 2020).
A keen rugby player in his younger years, Andrew now enjoys playing golf, skiing and watching sport. An occasional runner, having completed several marathons and half-marathons. Aside from sport Andrew enjoys travel, spending time with his family and, in recent years, the frustrations of learning to play the piano.