Mark Williams

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Mark has a reputation for expertise in cases involving complicated medical issues and consequential financial loss including pensions, and his caseload includes fast track and multi-track personal injury work. He also has an employment practice which gives him valuable insight into employers’ liability cases.

He lectures regularly on aspects of practice and procedure in personal injury cases to leading solicitors and is a visiting lecturer at UWE on the Bar Professional Training Course.

Mark is instructed by claimant solicitors on cases including serious road traffic accidents with a particular expertise in motorcycle accidents, fatal accidents, employers’ liability cases, stress at work claims, occupiers’ liability claims and highways accidents.

He also represents families at Inquests and victims of crime at CICB hearings, and is experienced in dealing with costs issues.

 

Background

Mark undertook pupillage at a leading set in London. Before he joined Queen Square, he had a career in the City of London working in the General Counsel’s Department at the Financial Services Authority (FSA), and at HM Treasury.

Professional memberships

Personal Injury Bar Association

Association Personal Injury Lawyers

Employment Lawyers Association

Employment Law Bar Association

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    Case Report – John Hancock v DHL Supply Chain Ltd

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