Tim Found

He will always go the extra mile and thinks quickly on his feet to get the right result for the client.

Legal 500 2017 (Clinical Negligence, Leading Junior)

Clinical Negligence

Tim acts predominantly for Defendants in clinical negligence matters. He has particular experience in colorectal cases (tears resulting from childbirth, failure of anastomosis after laparoscopic bowel resection, haemorrhoidectomy). In the last twelve months, he has been instructed in cases involving:

  • complications following childbirth,
  • TIA,
  • emboli,
  • hip replacement,
  • hip dysplasia,
  • knee surgery and
  • other orthopaedic matters.

He is familiar with claims alleging delayed / missed diagnoses, toxicity of medication, the consent process, negligent treatment and / or surgery. His litigation experience also includes but is not limited to claims arising from general practice, dentistry, midwifery, health visiting and nursing.

Tim regularly appears before the Queen’s Bench Masters and the High Court. He is as comfortable in conference with experts as he is delving into the detail in thousands of pages of medical records.

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Notable Cases

C v P (2019)
Represented the defendant NHS Trust in an Erb’s Palsy (Group 2) claim which was pleaded at over £2.6m. A settlement was agreed between the parties less than two weeks before trial. The settlement sum (£650,000) was approved by Mrs Justice Lambert sitting in the High Court, and an anonymity order granted to the infant claimant pursuant to CPR 39.2(4).

G v X (2015)
Represented the defendant in a case involving complications to the mother following childbirth in which liability was disputed and the claim pleaded at nearly £1.4m. Settlement achieved after JSM.

Shortall v Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust (2014) EWHC 246
Represented the defendant in a week-long trial of liability as a preliminary issue. The matter concerned the use of the air insufflation test in low colorectal anastomoses following laparoscopic resection of the bowel for removal of cancer.

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Tokyo Industries 5 Limited v Megwa & Anor
Appeared for the successful claimant / respondent in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

Nicholson v Thames Water Utilities Ltd & MTS Cleansing Services Ltd (2014) EWHC 4249
Acted for the claimant whose home suffered exterior and interior flooding of raw sewage, the latter of which was not cleared by the sewerage undertaker and was alleged to have led to serious injuries being sustained by the claimant.

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If you would like to instruct Tim Found 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 chambers@farrarsbuilding.co.uk

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Appointments & Memberships

  • Professional Negligence Bar Association
  • Personal Injury Bar Association
  • Bar Pro Bono Unit

Education & Qualifications

  • Pupillage at Farrar’s Building
  • Lord Denning Major BVC Scholarship from Lincoln’s Inn
  • Hardwicke Entrance Award from Lincoln’s Inn
  • Nottingham Law School (BVC)
  • Exeter University (LLB – Bachelor of Law)
  • Dulwich College (Scholar)


“He will always go the extra mile and thinks quickly on his feet to get the right result for the client.” Legal 500 2017 (Clinical Negligence, Leading Junior)

Directory Quotes

‘Extremely personable and understands clients’ needs’. Legal 500, 2018. Clinical Negligence, London Bar.

Previous Employment

Prior to coming to the Bar, Tim worked in both small businesses and larger concerns, in temporary and permanent positions across various industries including:

  • Aviation (National Air Traffic Services)
  • Charity (Age Concern)
  • Government (National Probation Service)
  • Healthcare (GP surgery and an NHS PCT)
  • IT
  • Leisure
  • Travel

Personal Interests

Whenever the time and opportunity presents Tim enjoys, traveling, snorkelling, skiing, playing golf and watching films.