Dr Nicholas Braslavsky QC

Personal Injury


36 Young Street, Manchester, M3 3FT
DX: 718188 MCH 3
Direct Dial: 0161 832 9082


5 Park Square, Leeds, LS1 2NE
Direct Dial: 0113 242 1123


Embassy House, 60 Church Street,
Birmingham, B3 2DJ
Direct Dial: 0121 200 3570

Clerked by:
Stephen Loxton

Personal Injury

Serious/catastrophic injury work including brain/spinal injuries, military accidents in training and abroad (Iraq, Bosnia, Europe, Afghanistan) and all forms of outdoor recreation and adventure sports including both mainstream sport (rugby, cricket, football, skiing) and others (leisure parks, roller-coasters, jet skiing, potholing, scouting etc)

Significant Reported Cases

Webster v Liddington Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Farrugia v Burtenshaw Queen's Bench Division

Smith v Fordyce Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Davies v Global Strategies Group (Hong Kong) Ltd Court of Appeal (Civil Division),

Ministry of Defence v Radclyffe Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Lambert v Clayton Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Jennings v Forestry Commission Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

McIntyre v Harland & Wolff PLC Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

Morris v KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Court of Appeal/House of Lords

Cox v Transco PLC Court of Appeal (Civil Division)

"He combines everything you want in a QC, he's clever, a good advocate, tactical and easy to work with." "He is forensic in his attention to detail, he will know a case inside-out."

Chambers UK


Leading practitioner in serious injury and clinical negligence cases. Acts for both claimants and defendants in catastrophic acquired injury cases (mainly neurological injury to the brain and spinal injuries) and for claimants in wide range of clinical negligence cases (birth damage, failed/late diagnoses, emergency medicine, neurological/vascular accidents etc).  Also regulatory and allied clinical litigation arising from cosmetic surgery etc


Inner Temple



LL.B (Hons) Ph.D



Queen's Counsel

Recorder (Crime & Civil)

Deputy High Court Judge

Professor of Law, University of Birmingham

Head of Chambers 2010 - 2017



Various in journals and books


Chambers UK 2018:

"He is always very well prepared and is great with clients. He puts them at ease and has great empathy. He leaves no stone unturned to get the best result for clients." "He has a caring and gentle manner with clients but can be an aggressive advocate when necessary."

"An excellent QC who is very meticulous and good on medical evidence. He thrives on complexity and is excellent with clients." "Hugely experienced and a very smooth, reassuring presence. He is good at assimilating large documents and paring down the issues to get to the nitty-gritty." 

Legal 500 2018:

‘Very intelligent with tactical flair.’

Chambers UK 2017:

"He combines everything you want in a QC, he's clever, a good advocate, tactical and easy to work with." "He is forensic in his attention to detail, he will know a case inside-out."

"He makes the client feel central to everything so they don't feel like they are sidelined at all. He ensures that everything is explained to them in a way they understand and is very respectful." "What stands out, really, is his technical ability; he can go beyond what we usually find in cases and is not fazed by dealing with difficult issues."

Legal 500 2017: 

‘He has brilliant analytical skills and is great at handling sensitive issues.'

Chambers UK 2016:

“A standout performer; a very robust and skilful advocate”

"He is wise and experienced; great to have on your team"

Legal 500 2015:

"Excellent with clients, analytical, yet still practical in his approach"


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