Parklane Plowden Chambers has the largest group of specialist Personal Injury barristers of any other chambers on the North Eastern Circuit – providing clients with unrivalled choice to appropriately qualified and experienced barristers who can handle all levels and types of personal injury claims.
Chambers is routinely ranked by the legal directories for our considerable expertise in personal injury law, they describe us as the “Premium North Eastern set” [Chambers & Partners, 2018] and simply “Excellent” [Legal 500, 2017]. We’re home to a large of number of barristers who are recognised as leaders in this field; many of whom regularly appear in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
The ethos of our barristers and clerks is to forge close working relations with clients to secure the best possible service and case outcomes. This makes us a “favourite set for regional and national law firms, insurers, trade unions and self-insured companies” [Chambers & Partners, 2017].
Chambers has secured over 30 contracts, service level agreements and fee protocols with a broad range of organisations. Our commitment to providing a high-quality service extends to everything we do - from how we handle your call, to how we treat your clients.
The team are members of a variety of professional associations including: PIBA, BNBA, AvMA and APIL. Chambers and its members are also committed to supporting wider industry groups and charities such as Headway, The Spinal Injuries Association and The Child Brain Injury Trust.
Personal Injury Arbitration Service.
Our Personal Injury Arbitration Service can aid the progression of low to medium value matters and offers an alternative solution to resolving disputes.
This impartial and independent service is an attractive to both parties as it saves both time and money.
Our Personal Injury Arbitration Service is available on all Stage 3, Small Claim and Fast Track matters, specifically:
• Small Claim Trials
• Fast Track Trials
• Disposal Hearings
• Applications and Procedural Disputes
• Costs Disputes
Many of our barristers are appointed as Recorders and Deputy District Judges and are therefore experienced in hearing cases of this nature. Papers can, of course, be emailed and all hearings will be conducted remotely via online platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business (during COVID-19). Cases and hearings can also be dealt with on paper. This service does not preclude the parties from reverting to the court to determine the case.
For all enquires and hearing arrangements please email Arbitration@parklaneplowden.co.uk or call to speak to one of our Civil Clerks on 0113 228 5000.
asbestos related claims
paraplegic and tetraplegic
complex dependency claims
slips and trips
stress at work
product liability and drug related litigation
MOJ stage 3 hearings, small, fast-track and multi-track claims
primary and secondary victims
Fatal accidents abroad
Fees can be discussed prior to the commencement of work. Value for money is assured as fees for each case can be assessed individually and are based upon the complexity and value of the case, seniority of counsel and time spent in preparation.
All barristers will consider undertaking work on a CFA basis, where applicable. A robust management system ensures that agreed turn-around times are fulfilled.
For further information please contact our clerks on:
Leeds: 0113 228 5000
Newcastle: 0191 221 2121