St John’s Chambers welcomes Louise Asprey

12th January 2021

St John’s Chambers is pleased to announce that Louise Asprey has joined the St John’s Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Inquests Practice Groups.

Louise has many years of experience representing both claimants and defendants in personal injury and clinical negligence matters. She regularly deals with claims arising out of road traffic accidents and is experienced in dealing with claims brought under the Highways Act 1980, the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 and the Defective Premises Act 1972. Louise regularly advises on these matters and is skilled at assisting with the best tactics required to achieve an early conclusion of proceedings.
As well as representing parties at fast track and multi-track trials, Louise also has gained extensive experience of acting and advising on high value claims with complex loss of earnings and pension calculation issues.
A member of the Attorney General’s Regional B Panel, Louise is regularly instructed on behalf of the MOJ to represent their interests in inquest proceedings surrounding deaths in custody.
Louise also represents claimants before the Tribunal in Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority claims and regularly advises on the same.