He is an excellent senior junior who is sharp, personable and well respectedChambers and Partners 2016
Lee Evans has a busy personal injury practice, with particular emphasis on serious brain injury, spinal injury and amputation cases.
His work includes cases that have arisen from serious industrial accidents, road traffic accidents and industrial diseases. He has a particular interest in the interpretation of workplace regulations.
Lee regularly appears in the High Court and is instructed by the catastrophic injury teams of leading insurers, including Royal Bank of Scotland, NIG, NFU Mutual, Zurich, Churchill and Direct Line.
He is a contributor to a number of the leading personal injury textbooks, including Kemp & Kemp and the Personal Injury Handbook. He has co-written editions of Munkman on Employers’ Liability and he is a member of the Health and Safety Executive’s panel of counsel.
Lee has extensive experience of pleading and advising on s.57 allegations, issues related to fraud and the admissibility of surveillance evidence. His practice focuses on traumatic brain injury, chronic pain and serious spinal injury cases. He is a specialist in advising on allegations of fraud that arise from those claims.
Lee has significant experience of cases involving the dispute between traumatic brain injury, functional neurological disorders and fraudulent claims. He also has extensive experience of appellate work involving the admissibility of evidence arising from surveillance and social media.
Lee regularly lectures to solicitors and insurers on the issue of fraudulent claims.
If you would like to instruct Lee Evans or would like help or advice in doing so, please call and talk to our excellent clerking team, led by senior clerk Alan Kilbey MBE. Our phone number is +44 (0)20 7583 9241. Alternatively, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lee Evans is listed as a leading personal injury junior in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
Chambers & Partners 2019
“A leading senior junior who has an incredibly impressive caseload of numerous, multimillion-pound, maximum severity catastrophic injury cases. He is a natural choice for the leading road traffic insurers and industry players. He has handled a number of chronic pain and brain and spinal cases with complex quantum issues. He regularly appears before the High Court.”
“He’s very charismatic, a good advocate and a straightforward individual.” “He’s very thorough, enthusiastic and approachable.” “He provides very solid advice and is always willing to go above and beyond to help achieve the right result.”
Legal 500, 2019
“He is technically superb but also a real fighter for his clients.
Chambers UK 2017
“A leading senior junior who has an incredibly impressive caseload of numerous, multimillion-pound, maximum severity catastrophic injury cases. He is a natural choice for the leading road traffic insurers and industry players. Clients commend his accomplished grasp of both complex liability and quantum disputes.
“Has a great, down-to-earth manner which means he gets along well with both witnesses and insurers.” “His attention to detail is really second to none and he’s not scared of getting his hands dirty.” “I think he’s fantastic, he’s an all-court player and he’s really going places.”
Chambers UK 2016
“Regularly instructed in High Court cases concerning claimants who have suffered severe orthopaedic and spinal injuries. He is also noted for his expertise in occupational disease claims. He is particularly well regarded by insurers.
“He is very courteous and very charming in the way he gets his point across.” “He is an excellent senior junior who is sharp, personable and well respected”.
‘Very technical and approachable.’
In any free time Lee enjoys walking and fishing in Scotland. He also enjoys travelling around (and issues relating to) Southern Africa.