Sana Bibi is a specialist in personal injury law. She carries a substantial caseload of general accident claims with a particular interest in accidents at work and holiday claims.
Sana is recommended in The Legal 500 2011, who say she has a "friendly, professional and efficient approach".
Paula Sparks, Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers
Paula specialises in clinical negligence and personal injury litigation with particular expertise in inquests and human rights issues. She joined Doughty Street Chambers having spent six years employed in the legal team at Action against Medical Accidents. She is instructed in cases including brain and spinal injury, amputation, blindness, obstetric injuries, cancer misdiagnosis, surgical negligence cases, psychiatric injuries and fatal accidents. Paula was junior counsel in the case of Reynolds v United Kingdom 2012 (damages awarded by the European Court of Justice for state's violation or Art 13 in failure to provide a remedy to a non-detained psychiatric patient). She is cited in Chambers & Partners 2011 where it is said that ‘Clients love Paula Sparks, who is known for her exceptional drafting and for her ability to handle difficult disputes sensitively.'
Sarah Crowther, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers
Sarah is particularly experienced in handling cases with an international element and regularly deals with matters involving jurisdiction and applicable law issues in both the commercial and personal injury fields. She accepts instructions in German and was an Inns of Court scholar to Berlin in 2002, during which time she spent a period in the employment law department of a commercial firm.
Her practice encompasses all areas of travel work, including Convention claims and Package Travel. Sarah undertakes non-contentious work in this area, advising commercial clients on their terms and conditions and other regulatory requirements for tour operators.
Chambers and Partners: Sarah Crowther is a promising junior who is regularly sought out due to her understanding of the Athens and Montreal Conventions. Clients beat a path to her door as as she is considered "wonderfully attentive, thoroughly likeable and a real terrier once she gets her teeth into a case."
Daniel Clarke, Barrister, Outer Temple Chambers
Dan has a broad civil practice. A large proportion of his personal injury work has an international element. He specialises in package travel and other holiday claims and accidents abroad raising conflicts issues. His personal injury practice also includes claims arising from RTAs, occupiers', public and employers' liability.
Katherine Anderson, Solicitor, Anthony Gold
Katherine is a solicitor with Anthony Gold specialising in all aspects of personal injury law including road traffic accidents, occupiers' liability and employers' liability cases. She also undertakes clinical negligence work. Katherine graduated from the University of Leeds with a Joint Honours degree in English and History before undertaking the CPE at City University and the LPC at the College of Law, London for which she gained a Distinction. Katherine trained with Anthony Gold and qualified as a solicitor in 2009. Katherine is vice-chair of the Junior Lawyers Division of the South London Law Society.
Sandra De Souza, Solicitor, Anthony Gold
Sandra is a solicitor with Anthony Gold Solicitors specialises in all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence law. She has a mixed case load of fast track and serious injury work. Sandra has experience of catastrophic injury claims and has a particular interest in cases involving amputations. Sandra assists with a range of child abuse claims including dealing with CICA claims for victims of child abuse. Sandra is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers.
Adam Dyl, Solicitor, Anthony Gold
Adam is a solicitor with Anthony Gold, specialising in all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence work. He has assisted with a range of catastrophic personal injury claims and clinical negligence cases. He later worked on the Inquests in the London Bombings of 7 July 2005 and was part of the lead team dealing with the issue of whether the attacks could have been prevented. Adam is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Kim Pryce, Solicitor, Anthony Gold
Kim is a solicitor with Anthony Gold solicitors specialising in personal injury law. She is experienced in dealing with a variety of accidents at work, public liability and road traffic cases. Kim graduated from the University of Essex and qualified as a solicitor in 2005 and joined Anthony Gold in 2008. She is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.