Morgan John

Morgan is a specialist PI practitioner who undertakes a broad range of work including complex psychological injuries, credit hire and personal injury fraud claims


  • Bar vocational course, College of Law
  • PGDL, College of Law
  • Modern History BA, Ma, St Edmund Hall, Oxford University

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury RTA/ Occupier’s Liability/ Employer’s liability/ Industrial Disease
  • Credit Hire
  • Fraud/fundamental dishonesty allegations

Personal Injury

Morgan has been a specialist in Personal Injury Law for over 15 years and his practice covers both Claimant and Defendant work, ranging from RTAs to Occupier’s Liability, industrial disease and accidents in the work place on the fast and multi track level. Morgan is regularly instructed in cases requiring detailed cost management and complex causation issues, including, but not limited to, Claimant’s with complex pre accident conditions such as fibromyalgia and psychological trauma. He is also often brought in to rehabilitate cases that have gone wrong procedurally or strategically.

Personal Injury fraud

Morgan has a particular expertise in relation to cases where fraud is alleged and robust cross examination is required on behalf of both Claimant’s and Defendants. As part of Lamb Chamber’s fraud team Morgan provides lectures on tactics in fraud cases and best procedural practice in such matters. He is regularly instructed in cases where there are concerns as to a Claimant’s honesty and undertakes drafting, advisory and advocacy work in this area across England and Wales.

Notable Cases

  • Mattu v Dash –lengthy and highly contested matter arising out of an accident at work with complex earnings claim taken to settlement at over £100,000
  • Marinelli v Turner – complex fibromyalgia case with pre accident conditions taken to successful settlement at over £100,000
  • A v O’Donnell – allegations of exaggeration made by the Defendant, however matter taken to successful outcome at over £100,000
  • Salim & Others v Aviva – Multi track RTA matter representing the Defendant – finding of outright fraud by the Claimants following trial with consequential costs orders

Morgan regularly accepted instructions on credit hire matters and has done so since 2004. He accepts instructions from both Claimants and Defendants and is a veteran of the arguments deployed in such cases.

*This barrister is authorised to practice in England & Wales. Click here to search on the Bar Standards Board Barristers’ Register.

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