Shahram is a specialist personal injury practitioner with extensive experience in a range of complex and substantial personal injury cases. He is highly regarded and respected by peers, solicitors and clients alike for his clear and practical approach and advice on issues concerning liability, causation, quantum and procedure.
Shahram has gained substantial experience and expertise in complex and multi-party litigation both in terms of trials as well as interlocutory hearings. He is a highly regarded trial advocate and is particularly effective in cross-examination of lay and expert witnesses as well as making focused, concise and persuasive submissions. Shahram is also a skilful negotiator and achieves great results for his clients.
Although Shahram carries out work across the spectrum of personal injury litigation, his main areas of specialism include:
- Road Traffic Accidents involving cyclists, motorcyclists and multi-vehicle collisions.
- Employer's Liability Claims involving manual handling, construction site accidents and use of work equipment.
- Fraudulant Claims concerning Road Traffic Accidents.
- Product Liability Claims concerning faulty goods.
- Insurance Litigation involving indemnity principles and recoverability under the Road Traffic Act 1988
- Contributor to Kemp & Kemp loose-leaf quantum tables on Loss of Congenial Employment, Handicap in the Open Labour Market and Awards for the Provision of Care
- Contributing Author to the Road Traffic Accident section (Div III) of Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service loose leaf publication
- Contributor to the APIL book 'Guide to RTA Liability'
- Contributor to the APIL book 'Guide to Evidence'
- Contributor to the Chambers book 'Workplace and Construction Site Accident Claims'