Andrew Morse

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Andrew Morse

Practice Overview

Andrew is predominantly a civil practitioner with a varied practice encompassing all aspects of personal injury/clinical negligence claims, regulatory law, general common law and disciplinary work.

Andrew is public access trained. He accepts instructions subject to conditional fee agreements. His civil practice is evenly split between claimant and defendant work. He is willing to accept instructions on a national basis and is prepared to travel both for court hearings and conferences.

Notable and Reported cases

  • Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence

    Andrew undertakes all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence work.He advises and represents claimants and defendants. He regularly appears in fast and multi-track cases. His personal injury work includes advising and representing clients in respect of all types of claims including employer and public liability cases, industrial disease and road traffic accidents. He is experienced in dealing with fatal accident claims and CICA applications.

    His clinical negligence practice predominantly consists of claimant work. He has regularly dealt with cases involving complex issues of medical causation. Andrew has considerable experience of cross-examining medical experts.

    Andrew has significant experience of dealing with claims involving allegations of fraud.

    Andrew regularly deals with Costs and Case Management Hearings and has developed significant experience of dealing with costs issues and budgets.He has also conducted costs only hearings.

  • Sports Law

    Andrew has a keen interest in sport in particular rugby, golf and skiing. He recognises broad nature of sports law as a burgeoning area of work to which his advisory and advocacy experience is well-suited. His experience in dealing with disciplinary tribunals for professional persons translates well into the field of sports law.

  • Regulatory, Inquiries & Inquests

    Andrew represented an interested party at the inquest arising from a blast furnace at the Corus Steelworks in Port Talbot. In recent years he has represented a nursing professional at an inquest into the death of a prisoner in custody. He also has experience of representing interested parties in inquests involving complicated medical issues.

    Andrew has appeared before numerous regulatory bodies including the Financial Conduct Authority, the Nursing and Midwifery Council and at licensing hearings/appeals. He regularly prosecutes on behalf of Companies House as respondent to appeals in the Crown Court.

  • Public Access

    Andrew is registered to accept instructions on a public access basis.

  • Education & Qualification
    • University of Manchester (B.Soc.Sci [Politics]) 1995 – 1998
    • University of Glamorgan (CPE) 1998 – 1999