Daniel Laking#2567

Daniel Laking

Daniel is a junior barrister specialising in civil claims, particularly Personal Injury and Insurance Fraud. He is frequently instructed in trials encompassing issues such as causation and low-velocity impact. He is also well-versed in the nuances surrounding litigation of civil claims, and is often called upon to provide advice and representation in detailed insurance law and procedural applications for both claimants and defendants. He has a detailed knowledge of costs law and its relation to personal injury matters, both in respect of the Fixed Costs regimes in CPR Part 45 and the subtleties of QOCS.

Daniel's paperwork practice encompasses pleadings and advices in a range of niche and unusual points relating to personal injuries law such as limitation, service and varying tortious claims. He is instructed in claims arising out of negligence by drivers, employers and occupiers, as well as broader property damage claims and claims against untraced defendants.
Contributed to


Practice Areas


  • Q&A Panel

Qualified Year

  • 2015


  • Personal Injuries Bar Association


  • New College Oxford, BA(Hons)
  • City University London, GDL (Commendation)
  • City Law School, BPTC (Distinction)

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