Road Traffic Accident

S v H [2015]

Montclare successfully represented a Claimant in relation to a matter suitable for the multi-track, by producing a skeleton argument and delivery of advocacy which resulted in the dismissal of the Defendant’s application to resile from an admission of liability, in a claim worth up to £100,000. The claim involved an accident featuring four vehicles. He made a successful application for costs and obtained over 90% of costs claimed including recovery of  his full fee of £1200 which the judge regarded as justified due to the value of the claim and its importance to his client.

R v V [2015] Multi-Track RTA/Personal Injury

Montclare dealt with listing hearing.

Re E [2015] Fast Track:  Alleged Fraud and Dishonesty

Montclare dealt with a response to the Defendant’s application

R v K [2015] RTA

Acting for a major multi-million pound turnover mail company, Montclare secured compensation for damage to one of the vehicles in their fleet caused by a load dropping from  a forklift driver.

L v D [2012] Uxbridge County Court

Montclare recovered compensation for damage sustained from fibreglass which fell off the Defendant’s trailer and collided with the Claimant’s vehicle. He also recovered summarily assessed costs as a result of the Defendants unreasonable conduct in the litigation process pursuant to CPR 27.14(2)(g).

B v P [2014]  Fast Track Reinstatement Application/Directions

Montclare successfully argued for relief from sanctions pursuant to CPR 3.9 and  reinstatement of the Claimant’s Fast Track claim,  having relied on Denton v White [2014] EWCA Civ  906. He also dealt with setting directions.

P v H [2013] RTA

Montclare recovered damages and fixed costs for his Defendant client who were successful in their counterclaim.

G V G [2013] RTA

Montclare was successful for his Defendant client on their counterclaim and obtained a order for over £5000 plus interest and costs.

A v H [2013] Fast Track Matter

Montclare dealt with directions hearing.

O v D [2013]

Success on RTA counterclaim.

W v W [2013] RTA

Montclare obtained judgment for his client.

L v D [2012] Uxbridge County Court

Montclare recovered compensation for damage sustained from fibreglass which fell off the Defendant’s trailer and collided with the Claimant’s vehicle. He also recovered summarily assessed costs as a result of the Defendants unreasonable conduct in the litigation process pursuant to CPR 27.14(2)(g).

B v Q [2012] Bow County Court

Acting for the Defendant and a client of a major insurer, Montclare achieved dismissal of the Claim

T v T [2012]

Montclare achieved dismissal of a claim against a driving school company and judgment on their counterclaim.

B v N  – Hertford County Court

Acting for a Claimant, Montclare secured dismissal of a CPR 20 Claim and judgment for his client in an RTA matter.

S v M [2012] Walsall County Court

Judgment for Claimant client in an RTA matter, with damages, fixed costs and witness expenses recovered.

S v H [2012]

Montclare was successful in dismissing an RTA claim and obtained judgment for his client on their counterclaim

W v Z [2012]

Another successful RTA case in which Montclare recovered a sum for loss of use and repairs, plus fixed costs.

K v E [2012]

Montclare persuaded the court to dismiss the RTA claim against his Government Agency client in a case involving the other party’s articulated lorry.

B v C [2012] CPR 42.3

Montclare was instructed to apply for instructing Solicitors to come off the court record pursuant to CPR 42.3, which was granted.
S v E [2012] Multi-Track CMC

Montclare dealt with directions hearing.

N v L [2012]

Montclare dealt successfully with a Civil Road Traffic Accident final hearing