Simon Perkins

Partner

Bristol

Simon is a specialist in policy coverage advice and wordings to healthcare Insurers. He regularly delivers training and presentations to clients in the healthcare and insurance sectors.
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About Simon

Bio
  • Biography

    Simon is a medical malpractice lawyer specialising in the defence of healthcare claims.  He acts for a number of medical malpractice and life science Insurers, advising on claims in medical malpractice, product liability and clinical trials.  He also acts as an advocate at Inquests, representing Insurers and their Insureds. 

    He is a specialist in policy coverage advice and wordings to healthcare Insurers.  He regularly delivers training and presentations to clients in the healthcare and insurance sectors. 

    Simon qualified with DAC Beachcroft in 2005 and became a partner in the firm's Bristol office in 2015.

Sector Expertise
  • Insurance

  • Mental Health

Service Expertise
  • Dispute Resolution

Office Location

Bristol Skyline

Bristol

  • DAC Beachcroft LLP
  • Portwall Place, Portwall Lane
  • Bristol, BS1 6NA

+44 (0) 117 918 2000

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Insurance

5 min read

Hadley v Przybylo: Care case management costs in the spotlight

Insurance

6 min read

Dashed dreams and loss of earnings for sportspersons in med-mal claims

Health and Social Care

6 Min Read

Too far on consent claims? More clarity provided around consent issues for surgery following Montgomery

Article

8 min read

The law of vicarious liability is on the move! In what could prove to be a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court rules in the awaited decision on vicarious liability and the independent contractor defence: Barclays Bank Plc v Various Claimants.

Health and Social Care

2 Min Read

Vicarious Liability and the “Independent Contractor Defence” – The Appeal of Barclays Bank PLC v Various Claimants

Health and Social Care

6 min read

Probability and loss of chance versus medical certainty! Singapore High Court awards damages to Claimant on the basis of dissenting arguments in Gregg v Scott

Health and Social Care

3 Min Read

Consent – beware gaps in evidence

Health and Social Care

2 Min Read

Disproportionate ATE premium slashed from £31,976.49 to £2,120

Health and Social Care

3 min read

Calculating future losses in Fatal Accidents Act claims: From the date of death, or the date of trial?