Simon Young is a member of the Kings Chambers personal injury team. He has extensive experience in acting for both claimants and defendants in connection with all aspects of personal injury litigation, including road traffic accidents, employers’ liability and disease cases, occupiers’ liability and Highways Act cases and defective products cases.
Aside from personal injury matters, Young is also experienced in dealing with credit hire litigation and has appeared regularly at coroners’ inquests representing the interests of family and insurers. He has considerable experience of dealing with professional negligence claims involving solicitors, particularly those arising from personal injury litigation.
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