Degree: BA (hons) Exeter
Nicholas Bevan is a senior solicitor with over 20 years’ experience as a personal injury lawyer acting on behalf of claimants and a number of major insurance companies. This includes a specialist expertise in pursuing and defending personal injury claims involving uninsured drivers. Nicholas was recently senior counsel at Bond Pearce LLP where he advised both the insurance and personal injury departments and was responsible for training.
With two former colleagues at Bond Pearce, he has set up Enable Law Ltd, a legal training and consultancy business: www.enablelaw.com
Nicholas is a Fellow of APIL and a member of the Law Society.
He writes regularly for the New Law Journal, the Legal and Medical Journal and now more recently, the Journal of Personal Injury Law.
Nicholas is the author of Butterworths Personal Injury Litigation Service Division VIII Questionnaires Forms and Letters section and has also contributed to Division VII the Pleadings section. He is also the author of BPILS quarterly bulletin, which reviews key cases and developments in personal injury practice. Nicholas has long been an advocate of periodical payments orders as a means of accurately and reliably compensating future loss. He has written the seminal text book on the subject: Future Loss in Practice: periodical payments and lump sums, published by Lexis Nexis Butterworths. Nicholas heads an editorial team that is currently rewriting Division I on Damages for BPILS. Nicholas also sits on three different editorial boards.
In November, Nicholas was awarded the top prize at the Personal Injury Awards 2008 for outstanding achievement.