Advocates of the Hastie Stable

Ross Pilkington

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Year of Call: 1999

Areas of Practice

Since calling at the Bar, Ross has been well instructed with a busy civil practice with appearances in the Court of Session, sheriff courts, employment and employment appeal tribunals. His principal fields of practice include: personal injury; clinical and professional negligence; professional negligence; property damage/reparation; health and safety and Inquiry work; and employment and Employment Appeal Tribunal work.

Ross’s reputation of being approachable, friendly and efficient means that he is the first choice junior for several of the busier firms dealing with personal injury work.

According to Chambers 2015 Personal Injury, Ross "has a broad practice that encompasses personal injury and both clinical and professional negligence work."

Ross is also rated in Chambers 2015 for Clinical Negligence:

"(He) maintains a broad personal injury and clinical negligence practice. He has a great manner with clients - he's very professional, but he puts them at ease and they really feel he is on their side." 

Davie v Wastemaster Ltd EAT May 2007 (2007 WL 1518031): successful appeal to EAT

Riddell v Leisure Link Ltd [2008 CSIH 16; 2008 LLR 399): 3 week proof on liability and quantum. Six figure award upheld on appeal.

Haney v Thomson 2012 GWD 24-501:  foreign tourist injured in serious road traffic accident. Damages awarded by sheriff following proof on quantum.  

Ali Sher v Hamza (2014 Sheriff Mitchell): pursuer injured in road traffic accident. Proof on liability. Damages awarded.      

McNeil v Easton 2014 CSOH (Lord Bannatyne) : professional singer severely injured in house fire. Proof on liability and quantum. High six figure sum awarded.

Also Chambers 2016 has following quotes: “broad personal injury practice and has ancillary expertise in clinical negligence” “He is steady and gives considered opinions. He is fantastic with clients”   

 

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