‘Low Velocity Impacts in Road Traffic Accidents: Law and Practice’ by Jake Rowley
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jake Rowley is a barrister at Farrar’s Building specialising in high value personal injury litigation. His experience spans the full spectrum of such claims including those arising from road traffic accidents; employer’s liability; public liability; and occupier’s liability claims. His clients include private individuals, local authorities, major UK insurance companies, well-known national and international commercial entities, and National Governments.
Jake has a particular interest in, and significant experience of, cases involving allegations of fraud and/or fundamental dishonesty. A substantial proportion of Jake’s caseload involves accusations of dishonesty including, allegedly fabricated accidents; staged or induced collisions; phantom passenger/occupancy cases; low-velocity impacts; ‘late presentation’ claims; malingering; and fabricated or exaggerated injuries. Jake brings a meticulous and forensic approach to his consideration of the evidence and prides himself on conducting thorough and robust cross-examinations at trial. Jake is regularly invited to speak or provide training on the law and practice relating to fundamental dishonesty to both solicitors and insurers.