Guy is instructed in High Court and County Court personal injury cases, in particular those that involve:
Guy was instructed in Sayers v. Chelwood  EWCA 1715; an industrial deafness claim, now the leading Court of Appeal authority on the burden of proof in applications made under Section 33 of the Limitation Act 1980.
Guy’s practice often encompasses work arising out of costs and litigation funding issues. He advises and appears for paying parties and receiving parties, solicitors and lay clients and he appears in the Supreme Court Cost Office.
Guy is an established personal injury specialist and costs practitioner. He is currently head of the Lamb Chambers Personal Injury Group. He has a busy and successful practice encompassing the full span of litigation; often instructed in cases involving complex questions of causation and disputed expert evidence.
He advises and appears for both claimants and defendants at every stage of the litigation process, with thorough, practical and user-friendly advice.
He has appeared against leading counsel on several occasions. He has a precise and authoritative form of presentation, and is known for his approachable manner. He quickly builds a strong rapport with clients.
Outside of work, Guy plays the piano, enjoys travel, the theatre, and reportage photography.
Guy is a regular speaker on personal injury and costs related topics. Examples include: Current Issues in Employer’s Liability, Loss of Opportunity Claims, Vicarious liability, Care and Domestic Assistance in PI Claims, Contributory Negligence, and Repetitive Strain Injuries.
If you would like Guy to speak on any of these or related topics, please get in touch