Members of the group (and our clerks) have been reviewed favourably in the legal directories.  Here is what The Legal 500 & Chambers & Partners are saying about us.





Zenith Chambers’ ‘very knowledgeable’ personal injury team reports a significant uptick in instructions from both claimants and defendants across a range of matters, including industrial disease, employers’ liability, serious/fatal accidents and catastrophic injuries.

Andrew Wilson – Zenith Chambers ‘Well-liked by his clients.

Ranked: tier 1


Gordon Exall – Zenith Chambers ‘Noted for his experience in fatal accident cases.

Ranked: tier 1

Justin Crossley – Zenith Chambers ‘He has a knack for explaining complex legal matters to clients.

Ranked: tier 1


Mark Henley – Zenith Chambers ‘He has a thorough and meticulous eye.

Ranked: tier 1

Ruwena Khan – Zenith Chambers ‘Highly experienced across a range of personal injury matters.

Ranked: tier 1


Simon Ross – Zenith Chambers ‘Very experienced in industrial disease claims.

Ranked: tier 1

Chambers & Partners

Justin Crossley (Zenith Chambers)
Well-regarded barrister who represents both claimants and defendants in a wide range of personal injury claims. He is particularly experienced in the handling of complex fatal accident cases.

“As well as having experience and a good knowledge of personal injury law, he is extremely good with clients and explains complicated matters very well.” “Very helpful, professional, resourceful and not afraid to be honest.”
Recent work: Acted for a claimant who sustained a permanent brain injury after being struck by a car when crossing the road. The case concerned difficult and complex calculations concerning her predicted career path and associated losses.

Gordon Exall (Zenith Chambers)
Renowned for his written work and opinions in complex cases, particularly fatal accident claims. He has authored a number of widely read texts relevant to the personal injury field.
“He is very hard-working and is excellent at the paperwork.



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