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Whiplash Reforms, Causation and Fundamental Dishonesty
Max Melsa, Amelia Katz and Lucy Lodewyke present this webinar on Causation and Fundamental dishonesty.

May 19, 2021 10:00 AM in London

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Max Melsa
Barrister @9 Gough Chambers
Max has a solid civil practice, advising and representing both Claimants and Defendants. In particular, he is interested in claims that have an overlap with the other areas he practices in. Personal Injury Max regularly advises and appears in fast-track personal injury claims, including where issues of fundamental dishonesty are raised. He has also represented clients at multi-track trials. Recent cases include: advising on behalf of a child Claimant in regards to quantum following a road traffic accident that caused the child to lose her hearing in one ear and partly her sense of smell. obtaining damages for a Claimant who suffered multiple spinal fractures. advising as to contributory negligence and dependency of the family members of the deceased Claimant following a serious motorcycle accident. Max is very capable of advising on issues involving: Occupiers Liability Act Highways Act Road Traffic Act Employers’ liability Vicarious liability
Amelia Katz
Barrister @9 Gough Chambers
Amelia regularly appears in court on different civil hearings, including trials, Stage 3 hearings, approval hearings and other interlocutory applications. She completed a dissertation in costs at UCL and accepts instructions in a range of civil costs proceedings. She also accepts paperwork instructions in addition to her court work and can advise on liability and quantum in matters of personal injury, credit hire, employer liability and public liability claims. Amelia is instructed in cases for the Nursing and Midwifery Council and is eager to further develop her practice in medical regulation. She has significant experience dealing with claims for rental arrears and possession of property in the County Court. She has conducted a lot of possession work since the pandemic and is familiar with how the new regulations impact proceedings.
Lucy Lodewyke
Barrister @9 Gough Chambers
Lucy has a busy personal injury practice, which sees her regularly acting for both claimants and defendants in Stage 3 hearings, small claims trials, approval hearings and disposal hearings. Lucy accepts paperwork instructions in addition to her court work. Lucy can advise on liability and quantum in matters of personal injury, credit hire, employer liability and public liability claims. Lucy has significant experience dealing with claims for rental arrears and possession of property in the County Court. Lucy is familiar with the application of The Public Health (Coronavirus) (Protection from Eviction) (England) Regulations 2021. Lucy has recently begun accepting instructions from regulatory bodies and is keen to develop her practice in medical regulation. Prior to coming to the bar, Lucy worked as a Paralegal at Stewarts in their Personal Injury Department and then as a Paralegal to a barrister specialising in personal injury and clinical negligence.