Having initially commenced his training at Keoghs, Terry returned in 2009 to join our Legacy Team, becoming a partner in 2014. Experienced in a wide variety of disease claims including HAVS, occupational asthma, mesothelioma and other asbestos related conditions, he has a particular interest in occupational stress/harassment claims and care/neglect/abuse cases.
Terry also acts for and advises large corporates, Insurers and local authorities in claims brought under the Equality Act, as well as under Human Rights legislation.
Terry’s experience extends to the Court of Appeal and he regularly deals with large loss claims. With articles in a variety of industry publications, Terry provides regular training and seminars to clients.
Latest Insights by Terry Zindi
Client Alerts 05/01/2021
The development of a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus has been a welcome one for most of us. It promises a return to some semblance of normality after a difficult year. The government have indicated their intent to roll out a mass vaccination programme, with the most vulnerable in our society being one of the earliest groups targeted.
Claims in respect of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) are still regularly heard in our courts.
Out of your Control: The expanding limits of vicarious liability - Natasha Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council
The Supreme Court last week handed down judgment in Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council, an Appeal considering whether vicarious liability might attach to a local authority in relation to intentional acts of abuse by a foster parent, towards a foster child.
In our latest blog Partner, Terry Zindi takes a look at the growing issue of Dupuytren’s Contracture in occupational disease claims.
In the latest edition of Disease Aware we discuss key changes in the changing litigation landscape, as well as many other prevalent issues.
Qualified One-Way Costs Shifting (QOCS) is now firmly embedded in the litigation process...as a result of the changes there is a clear shift in the behaviours of claimants and their solicitors.