Matthew is regularly instructed in negligence and other tort claims. He is experienced in personal injury, clinical negligence and employer’s liability cases on the small, fast and multi tracks, providing advice, drafting and representation at all stages of litigation.
Matthew is experienced in running mitigation, loss of profit and quantification arguments in respect of credit hire agreements entered into by car hire companies and/or taxi drivers. He did so successfully in the reported decisions of Sixt v Kelly and Conway v UK Insurance.
He has recently successfully defended the NHS in multi-track claim brought under occupier’s liability and employer’s liability.
As a ‘Junior Junior’ for the Government Legal Department, assisting the Ministry of Justice’s private law teams, Matthew played a significant role in preparing and drafting the evidence in the case of Razumas v Ministry of Justice  EWHC 215 (QB) which is a significant authority in relation to non-delegable duty and fundamental dishonesty.