I have been specialising in work related injuries including mesothelioma, industrial diseases and workplace accidents for over 25 years. I specialise in work accident and disease claims that are complex or display novel features such as overseas claims, psychiatric injury claims and cases that are difficult on causation or liability.
I have a developing international practice. I have recently recovered damages in England for a South African asbestos engineer (Beeslaar v Cape) and have been instructed by an Estonian lorry driver who sustained an injury at work in England, and an Italian cyclist who was in a collision with a lorry in London. I am presently instructed by a Romanian family following the father's death on a construction site in London. Previously I have recovered damages following an accident in Antarctica (Langton v Raytheon).
Sources describe me as "very experienced and very knowledgeable with fantastic attention to detail," adding: "He doesn't shy away from the difficult cases." Legal 500 describe me as an "'exceptional lawyer'" with "'excellent client-handling skills'".
I am an APIL Fellow and Assessor and have written and edited the annual Butterworths Personal Injury Damages Statistics handbook.
What others say…
Andrew Morgan possesses a strong reputation for his expertise in handling industrial disease work, particularly mesothelioma cases. He also acts for clients bringing serious injury claims arising out of accidents at work. Sources describe him as a "true specialist," adding: "In terms of his experience, he’s a very talented lawyer, particularly in asbestos claims."