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Kaiser Nazir

Called Called in 1991



About Kaiser Nazir

Kaiser specialises in all aspects of personal injury litigation including: road traffic accidents, employer's liability, public liability, clinical negligence, and health and safety prosecutions. He has considerable experience of high value claims.

Personal Details

Education: LLB (Hons), Middlesex University
Professional Associations: Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA) Association of Victims of Medical Accidents (AVMA

Specialist Practice Areas

Recently Concluded Cases

  • - Represented Professor Harris in the Alder Hey "Redfearn Enquiry" (6/7/2000)
  • Represented Sarah Lee Courtaulds in defending the test cases for industrial noise injury in the textile industry in the Nottinghamshire area.

Reported Cases

  • BOYNE -V- NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL [1997] - This case concerned the definition of a waste transfer station pursuant to the Waste Management Licensing Regulations 1994.
  • R -V- MARSDEN and KLINEBERG [1999] 1 Cr app r 427 - Commercial fraud; Section 5(3) Theft Act 1968.
  • ALI -V- COURTAULDS [1999] LLR Medical 301 (CofA) - Date of Knowledge for the purposes of the Limitation Act 1980.
  • MULLOY -V- CHIEF CONSTABLE OF HUMBERSIDE POLICE [2002] EWCA Civ 1851 Tort of trespass to the person.


  • Civil Procedure Rules
  • Human Rights Act and Civil Claims
  • Expert Evidence
  • Limitation Periods for Actions in Personal Injury and Industrial Disease
  • Litigation
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