Daniel is a Leading Personal Injury Junior in both The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.
He has an established personal injuries practice, acting predominately for Defendants. He has particular expertise in actions involving local authorities, especially claims arising from accidents on the highway.
Daniel is regularly instructed to defend occupiers, public and employer’s liability claims for public authorities and private clients. He frequently deals with claims involving allegations of fraud.
Daniel is highly experienced in dealing with high value credit hire claims, most frequently those also involving allegations of fraud.
LL.B (Hons), LSE.
Contributing Editor, Personal Injury Pleadings, (5th Edition), Sweet & Maxwell, 2014.
Felix v. DSS  PIQR P1
Galloway v. London Borough of Richmond (2003) QBD, 18/2/03
Curtis v. Hertfordshire County Council  EWHC 1672 (QB)
“He has extensive knowledge of highways claims, is a great lateral thinker and is excellent on his feet. Clients cannot help but warm to him.” Chambers and Partners, 2021
“He is bright, good in court and has a nice manner with clients.” Chambers and Partners, 2021
“An outstanding advocate who presents cases in a straightforward and eloquent manner.” Legal 500, 2021
“He’s an excellent barrister and has a very good manner with clients.” Chambers and Partners, 2020
“Strong negotiator who presses the right buttons to obtain maximum results.” Legal 500, 2019
“He is a very capable barrister.” Chambers & Partners, 2019
“He has an excellent knowledge of the Highways Act and a feel for injured cyclists. ” Legal 500, 2018
“A very approachable and down-to-earth barrister.” Chambers & Partners, 2018
“The go-to man for highways claims.” Chambers & Partners, 2018
“His depth of knowledge is phenomenal.” Chambers & Partners, 2018
“Very client-focused, extremely personable and a skilled negotiator.” Legal 500, 2017
“An excellent advocate, who is highly efficient.” Legal 500, 2016
“He identifies and focuses on the issues central to the matter in hand.” Legal 500, 2014