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Ryan Davis


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1-3 Charter Square
S1 4HS
United Kingdom
Languages English

Ryan is an Associate in our Insurance and Reinsurance Group based in our Sheffield office with over 20 years’ experience, specialising in disease, EL/PL personal injury litigation. He handles all types of personal injury cases from pre-litigation matters through to costs resolution for Local Authorities, US Department of Justice, UK Central Government Departments, Large UK Corporations and Major Insurance companies. This can include matters from low value to multi-million-pound catastrophic claims. 

Ryan regularly provides bespoke training and case clinics to clients together with guidance on all types of personal injury and disease claims handling. 

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  • 2008 – The University of Sheffield Diploma in Law
  • 2007 – The University of Sheffield LLB 
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Ex­pert en­gin­eer evid­ence still likely re­quired in noise in­duced hear­ing...
The Court of Ap­peal has al­lowed an ap­peal against an or­der strik­ing out a per­son­al in­jury claim for acous­tic shock where the claimant had not served sup­port­ing ex­pert evid­ence by an acous­tic en­gin­eer...
Six­teenth edi­tion of the Ju­di­cial Col­lege Guidelines – what’s new?
On 11 April 2022, the Ju­di­cial Col­lege Guidelines (JCG) 16th Edi­tion was pub­lished, su­per­sed­ing the 15th Edi­tion, which was pub­lished on 26th Novem­ber 2019. The Guidelines are the go-to tool for lit­ig­at­ors...
Com­pens­a­tion scheme does not be­ne­fit from without pre­ju­dice pro­tec­tion
The High Court has de­term­ined that a com­pens­a­tion scheme set up to com­pensate vic­tims of sexu­al ab­use is ad­miss­ible at tri­al and can be used as evid­ence to sup­port a claim of vi­cari­ous li­ab­il­ity. The...
Per­son­al in­jury: con­ceal­ing pre­vi­ous med­ic­al his­tory can amount to fun­da­ment­al...
A lit­ig­ant in per­son has had her claim dis­missed after con­ceal­ing a lengthy pre­vi­ous med­ic­al his­tory and was found to have been fun­da­ment­ally dis­hon­est. Back­ground In Smith v Haringey Lon­don Bor­ough Coun­cil...
Court of Ap­peal con­firms that a so­li­cit­or has no duty to alert an­oth­er...
The Court of Ap­peal has con­firmed that a so­li­cit­or’s duty to the court does not cre­ate an ob­lig­a­tion to draw an­oth­er party’s at­ten­tion to a de­fect in ser­vice. The back­ground In Wood­ward & an­oth­er...