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Civil Litigation

Ranked in Legal 500 2016 for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence:

Kenworthy's Chambers represents claimants and defendants in personal injury cases, with a focus on high-value and catastrophic injury claims, mostly arising out of road traffic accidents. Practice head Margaret McDonald has niche expertise in costs litigation.

  • Personal Injury
  • Costs Litigation
  • Fraudulent Insurance Claims
  • Industrial Disease
  • Clinical & Professional Negligence
  • Aviation Law
  • Credit hire
  • Military Injuries
  • Environmental
  • Fatal Accidents
  • Road Traffic Claims

Kenworthy's civil team consists of experienced barristers at all levels of seniority who enjoy a reputation for providing excellent advocacy and a comprehensive, efficient and expert advisory service.

Our barristers have conducted major litigation in all areas of civil work over many years.  They have considerable experience in dealing with a broad spectrum of civil litigation, including personal injury, costs, inquests, fraudulent insurance claims, industrial disease, clinical and professional negligence, aviation law and commercial and property litigation.

Members of the civil team are instructed by both claimants and defendants and have represented clients at first instance and at appellate level.

Experienced practitioners are also available in the fields of housing, judicial review, actions against the police and criminal injuries compensation claims.

Our civil team includes members with varied backgrounds and a breadth of experience, which provides our barristers with an invaluable insight into the precise needs of today's professional and lay clients.

We strive to work with our professional clients to ensure the highest quality service, with a keen awareness of costs and of the demands of compiling management information within the context of the changing legal landscape.  All of which can, we believe, be achieved effectively without compromising the barrister's traditional role of advising, consulting and providing specialist advocacy skills.


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