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Jeremy Crowther

"...a barrister with more than 20 years' experience..."

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Jeremy is a barrister with a national reputation in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence work. He has been in independent practice at 9 Gough Square, London (formerly 2 Dr Johnson’s Buildings) since completing pupillage in 1993. Jeremy is regularly instructed by the country’s top personal injury firms.

In more than 20 years of practice, Jeremy has represented clients in a wide range of cases, including employer’s liability, industrial disease and road traffic accidents. Equally comfortable advising on both liability (whose fault) and quantum (how much), recent cases have included catastrophic brain injury, fatal accident, above knee amputations, chronic pain and nervous shock. He has particular expertise in the area of Noise Induced Hearing Loss, a subject on which he lectures widely.

Away from the Bar, Jeremy is married with three children and lives in London.

Adam Dawson

"...Liked by clients and respected by his opponents and judges..."

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Adam is a barrister who has been in independent practice initially at 199 Strand Chambers and subsequently at 9 Gough Square Chambers for 14 years specialising in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence work. During that time he has built up a formidable reputation as a high quality advocate and lawyer. Having always shown an innovative business flare, Adam set up Pi Law Direct, with friend and colleague Jeremy Crowther out of a desire to provide a better, holistic and slick approach to the world of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence work.

Adam’s practice has seen him appear across the country at all level of courts and tribunals covering cases worth a few thousand pounds to those worth millions. Liked by clients and respected by his opponents and judges, Adam believes in a straightforward pragmatic approach to litigation focussed on each particular client’s needs. His easy straight talking manner is popular amongst all those with whom he works.

Outside of work Adam helped establish one of the first government free schools (where he remains a governor) and enjoys playing tennis and watching football, cricket or rugby. Above all he enjoys spending time with his family in North London, where they live.

Justin Glenister

"...a widely respected and highly thought of lawyer..."

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Justin is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and joined the Firm in February 2019 as a Partner.

Having run all areas of personal injury litigation over a fee earning career of more than three decades, he has spent many years specialising exclusively in medical negligence work. His cases have ranged from primary medical care to surgical treatment in a range of complex areas such as obstetrics, oncology, urology, gastroenterology, gynaecology, pharmacology, orthopaedics and more.

Much of Justin's work has called upon his strong empathetic support and expert understanding of “lost years” and dependency claims, involving clients who have, for example, lost the cure for a terminal condition as a result of substandard medical care.

More recently Justin’s clinical negligence work has dealt with tropical disease, pharmacological, neurological, and neuropsychiatric issues. He managed a large volume of litigation around the substandard prescription of the anti-malaria prophylaxis to members of our Armed Forces, causing significant mental health, neuropsychiatric, and physical injury. He also brought the first case to trial examining the military’s failure to protect soldiers against the risk of Q-fever when deploying to Afghanistan, causing chronic fatigue syndrome.

In his spare time Justin enjoys spending time with his young family, trying to keep fit, and enduring a life-long support of Norwich City Football Club.

Richard Steel

...deeply involved with personal injury and clinical negligence cases for the last 11 years...

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Richard has been deeply involved with personal injury and clinical negligence cases for the last 11 years, working with some of the UKs largest law firms, litigation funders and insurers. This has given him a deep understanding and insight into the mechanics and risks of litigation.

Richard manages Dawson Crowther’s Client Liaison office providing a first point of contact for our potential clients listening to the outline of the cases, understanding client needs and explaining the methodology of running the cases. His highly trained team will ensure that you have a full and clear underdoing of the litigation process and are not left in the dark.

In his spare time, as well as having to deal with being a Newcastle United fan, Richards enjoys embarrassing his daughters by playing guitar in a covers band.

Jack Kirby

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As well as being a paralegal with experience in Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence work, Jack is also qualified as a Barrister at Law, having completed his BPTC in 2018.

In the past Jack has been heavily involved in a number of complex high profile cases, including the first case to ever test the extent of the MoD’s duty of care to protect soldiers against the risk of Q Fever. Jack also has experience in helping to run a large volume of litigation based around the dangerous antimalarial drug, Lariam. These cases engaged complex issues of clinical care and drug administration provided to military troops, and subsequent injuries to their mental health, including issues such as severe psychosis or epilepsy.

Jack’s previous work covers a broad range of Clinical Negligence claims brought against Hospitals and GPs, as well as Military and AFCS work, and has assisted with a number of serious and complex cases of real sensitivity. Such cases have involved missed cancer diagnoses; mental health injuries; negligent drug prescription; and, actions challenging policies that failed to protect employees or patients.

In his spare time, Jack enjoys playing rugby, acting, reading Philosophy, and drinking wine with his friends.

Nastasia Sonego

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With extensive experience as a paralegal, Nastasia graduated from the University of Leeds with a Law with French Law degree. She spent a year studying French law abroad at the Toulouse 1 University Capitole.

Nastasia is fluent in French and Hebrew.

In her spare time, Nastasia enjoys running, listening to music and travelling.

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