Jamie Gamble

Jamie practices exclusively in the areas of personal injury and clinical negligence. He is ranked as a tier one leading junior for personal injury and clinical negligence (Midlands) in the 2016 edition of the Legal 500, which states that he is “a great all-round barrister”. He is also one of only 31 junior barristers in the country to be approved by the Spinal Injuries Association for catastrophic injury work.

Much of his work is now of substantial value (acting with or without a leader) and includes claims of the utmost severity and death.

Jamie has significant experience of all areas of personal injury work, including accidents at work, public liability claims, road traffic accidents (including claims against the Motor Insurers’ Bureau), industrial disease, CICA claims, and claims involving allegations of fraud.

Recent and ongoing cases that Jamie has been involved in have included: (i) cases of severe brain injury, including an ongoing case with a potential value in excess of £3 million and Re M (2014), a CICA claim where an award of £365,000 was obtained; (ii) Re G (2016), negligent abdominal surgery, settled for in excess of £500,000; (iii) Re B (2016), death caused by infection and necrotising fasciitis, settled for £425,000; (iv) Re A (2014), fatal road traffic case settled for £265,000; and (v) B v P (2013), above knee amputation following a motorcycle accident, settled for £1.6 million.

Jamie also regularly lectures to solicitor and insurer clients on legal developments and civil procedure.

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Practice areas

Membership

  • PIBA
  • AvMA

Panel

  • Q&A Panel

Education

  • Law (Selwyn College, Cambridge University)
  • BVC (Inns of Court School of Law)
  • MA (Cantab)

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