Alan Jenkins specialises in cases arising from alleged failures to follow appropriate procedures in the workplace, often where it is alleged that death or personal injury has resulted.
His practice focuses on the criminal, health and safety, and professional disciplinary allegations that might be made in such cases. Jenkins has more than 20 years’ experience in defending cases of gross negligence manslaughter, and is regularly instructed to advise potential defendants prior to interview where such charges are being investigated. Many of the cases in which Jenkins has been instructed concern hospitals and medical practice; others have involved the industrial, construction, and social care sectors, and also deaths in custody. He also has extensive experience in the Coroner’s Court, usually instructed for one of the interested parties whose actions fall to be scrutinised.
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