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Mike qualified in 1993 and became a partner in 1998. Heading up our Southampton office, he has twenty years’ experience of defendant insurance litigation for insurers and their individual and corporate policyholders. He handles motor and EL/PL claims of all value including those of highest severity, involving amputation, paralysis, brain or spinal injury. He has specialist knowledge of high value claims in foreign jurisdictions and has handled the Court of Appeal case of: Price v Price  and the High Court case of Toropdar v D  which established the right of an insurer to bring a claim for a declaration on liability when faced with a reluctant claimant.
Mike is a regular speaker on a broad range of topics relating to catastrophic claims including periodical payments, care costs, life expectancy and multipliers. He has handled many periodic payment cases and has extensive experience of drafting, checking and calculating PPOs.
Latest Insights by Mike Renshaw
Client Alerts 24/09/2018
The Government Actuary’s Department published a report on 5 September 2018 to assist the Scottish Government in setting the Discount Rate.
Client Alerts 14/05/2018
We have put together a table which sets out the amendment to the draft bill.
Lord Faulks has tabled an amendment to the Civil Liability Bill. We take a look at the proposals and the implications they may have on the discount rate.
Following the MOJ's response to the Consultation on the Personal Injury Discount Rate, Keoghs' Complex Injury team has launched their free to use online Ogden multiplier calculator.
Client Alerts 08/09/2017
On 7 September 2017 the Government published its response to the Consultation on the Personal Injury Discount Rate. In this client briefing we take a look at the decision and a timetable of the steps that may follow.
Client Alerts 09/03/2017
On 20th March the Discount Rate will reduce to -0.75%. The effect on all future loss claims is dramatic, with many future loss claims set to double or triple in size. Partner, Michael Renshaw, has produced a guide which provides an overview of what the impact is going to be, and provides some initial thoughts on what we see happening in the future.