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Bradley Martin

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2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)


Bradley is a specialist clinical negligence barrister. His practice covers all aspects of clinical negligence for claimants and defendants, in particular brain damage, spinal injury, amputation and other high value claims. For a number of years he has been recommended as a leading clinical negligence Junior by Legal 500 and Chambers UK, who highlight in 2012 ‘a busy year advising the NHSLA on complex brain damage and spinal injury cases.’ Bradley has significant experience of product liability claims, including group litigation, and has undertaken personal injury work throughout his career. He is also active in professional regulation, having appeared before the professional conduct committees of the GMC, GDC, CIPFA and ICAEW. Significant cases include: Wentworth v Wiltshire County Council (1993). Myodil litigation for Glaxo; Dunthorne v Bentley (1996). Lariam cases for GPs; O’Mahony v Joliffe (1999); Jackson v Goodwood (1999); Barry v NHSLA (2002); The Royal Victoria Infirmary and Associated Hospitals NHS Trust v B (A Child) [2002] Lloyd’s Med LR 282 (CA); Reynolds v North Tyneside Health Authority [2002] Lloyd’s Med LR 459; P v T [2004] EWHC 1392 (QB Holland J); Lambeth BC v Thames Water Utilities (2006). Hydrogel breast implant claims for PIP (2007); Bailey v Northfield (2009); Nicholas v Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust [2012] EWHC 591 (QB Wilkinson QC); R v The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust [2012] EWHC 492 (QB McCombe J).


Called 1990; Lincoln’s Inn; research assistant of medical law at University of Toronto 1988; tutor in tort law at University of Leicester 1990; barrister in private practice.




City of London School; Watford Grammar School; University of Leicester (1987 LLB Hons 2(1)); University of Toronto.


Guitar, uke, bluegrass banjo, popular music, scuba diving.

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