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Jonathan Butters is an experienced personal injury and clinical negligence practitioner. He also practices in professional negligence and regulatory professional discipline, and in the field of financial mis-selling and consumer credit litigation
Personal injury: Jonathan is instructed in all areas of personal injury work, including occupier’s and employer’s liability matters, claims against local authorities and road traffic accident disputes. He undertakes work at both fast-track and multi-track level and is instructed by both claimants and defendants. He regularly appears in court at interlocutory hearings and at trial. He advises on quantum and liability and drafts pleadings and schedules of loss. Jonathan also appears regularly at coroner’s inquests.
Consumer credit: Jonathan’s personal injury practice is complemented by his advisory and advocacy work in the field of consumer credit litigation with particular focus on claims relating to the mis-sale of payment protection insurance policies and the enforceability of consumer credit agreements.
For more information on Jonathan’s practice and latest case highlights, please visit his full Devereux profile.
Called 2003. Joint author with Robert Weir QC of the chapter on the liability of public authorities for Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service.
St Peter’s College Oxford (BA Hons); Inns of Court School of Law.
Lawyer Rankings(Personal injury - Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 4
The personal injury team at Devereux is described as a ‘super set of chambers with a large depth of knowledge’. The ‘razor sharp’ Stephen Killalea KC continues to excel in the field, with consistently impressive work on high-value catastrophic cases, particularly those caused by road traffic accidents. In addition, junior Colin Mendoza is consistently involved in high-quality, independently-led work in high-value cases of serious injury. Notably, he is assisting on quantum in a claim against the event governing body brought by a marshal at a motocross event at Weymouth Beach who, whilst assisting a fallen rider, was hit by the second defendant’s motorcycle after he had ignored yellow flags and took the jump at full speed, landing on the claimant’s head, which resulted in brain damage. Stephen Cottrell , who is frequently led by top-tier silks on the most complex of matters, and Jonathan Butters , who has a developing specialism in mesothelioma matters, both warrant particular recognition also.