23 October 2020
Ropewalk Chambers One of Only Four Sets Ranked for Industrial Disease in Chambers & Partners 2021
Following our recent success in the Legal 500 2021, Chambers' expertise in the field of industrial disease has again been acknowledged in the latest edition of Chambers & Partners. We are one of only four sets across all circuits to be ranked for Industrial Disease work. Jayne Adams QC and Patrick Limb QC are also individually ranked.
The full entry is here:
"Ropewalk Chambers is a highly regarded set for industrial disease matters and offers expertise spanning a wide range of claims. Members are regularly instructed in asbestos litigation, and field considerable experience in the handling of complex mesothelioma claims. Additional areas of strength for the team include claims involving cancer, a wide range of respiratory diseases, noise-induced hearing loss and upper limb disorders such as hand-arm vibration syndrome. The set's barristers frequently undertake high-profile and leading cases, and have experience of appearing before the Supreme Court."
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Ropewalk Chambers has, over many decades, established a market-leading reputation for detailed and specialist expertise in the field of Industrial Disease litigation.
Whether asbestos, noise, dust, vibration, stress or any other insidious process, including those which are newly emerging, its members have consistently appeared in the leading cases, determining the limits of liability, causation and quantum at first instance and appellate level.
Work is distributed within Chambers to enable Members of Chambers to represent both Claimants and Defendants in this field.
To find out more about our Disease barristers, click here.
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