Cassius advises on a wide range of clinical negligence matters, with a particular interest in spinal claims.
Rated in Chambers and Partners since 2008:
“Highly regarded lawyer … is lauded by sources for his sensible and pragmatic advice in relation to clinical negligence and medical malpractice claims.”
- Harding v Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, EWHC 2393 – successful defence of brain injury claim following substandard A&E care.
- Darnley v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust,  Med LR 245 – Court of Appeal decision on the duty of A&E receptionists and the responsibility of patients to wait for treatment.
- Nicholas v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, 2012 EWHC 591 – successful defence of brain injury claim following vascular surgery.
- Newman v Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, 2010 EWHC 171 - successful defence of a claim in respect of treatment of a spinal epidural abscess.
- Markose v Epsom & St Helier NHS Trust, (2005) Lloyd's Rep Med 334 - successful defence of an informed consent claim following spinal surgery.
- DA v North East London Strategic Health Authority, LTL 31/05/2005 - successful defence of a claim in respect of brain damage at birth.
- Al-Hamwi v North West London Hospitals NHS Trust, (2005) Lloyd's Rep Med 309 - successful defence of a “wrongful birth” claim.
BA (Econ.) Manchester University, 1994