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Old Square Chambers

Chambers of Mark Sutton QC

10-11 BEDFORD ROW, LONDON, WC1R 4BU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7269 0300
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Fax 020 7405 1387
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1046 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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Bristol, London

Charles Woodhouse

Tel:
Work 020 7269 0300
Email:
Old Square Chambers (Chambers of Mark Sutton QC)

Work Department

Personal injury, clinical negligence.

Position

Charlie specialises in Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Inquests.

He has enormous experience acting for Claimants and Defendants predominantly in high value and serious or fatal injury cases arising from road traffic, industrial and other accidents. His caseload includes accidents resulting in brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputation and cases involving contested mental capacity. Charlie has a particularly strong reputation acting in claims by members of the armed forces and for acting for insurers in cases involving Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Chronic Pain and associated disorders, including Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Functional Neurological Disorder. 

He has considerable experience of claims that arise out of accidents, often fatal, involving industrial machinery including cranes, trains and other engineering equipment in which Charlie is regularly instructed to act at inquest and in civil proceedings. 

He has considerable experience in clinical negligence acting at inquest and in civil proceedings in a wide range of clinical accident claims including fatal accident claims, obstetric negligence claims and claims arising from delayed diagnoses.

 

Career

Called 1997; Bridewell Chambers; Old Square Chambers 2005-present; he regularly lectures on procedural and substantive matters.

Publications of note:
Charlie is a contributor to Munkmari on Employers Liability.

Education

London School of Economics (LLB Hons).


London Bar

Clinical negligence

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Regional Bar : Western Circuit

Personal injury and clinical negligence

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