Director of Serious Injury
Caroline Morris is a Partner and our Director of Serious Injury. Caroline has specialised in personal injury for 25 years. During her time with Fletchers, she has recovered over £56 million in damages for clients to rebuild their lives.
“I have been instructed by Caroline Morris for many years and I am able to say, without hesitation, that she is one of the best lawyers that I have worked with in representing such clients”
Mr Simon Kilvington KC
“We had interviews with three or four other firms but chose Fletchers because of Caroline and Aimee; I could see immediately that Caroline is a fighter. I saw that straightaway and I knew she was the best person I could have to help my son. She made it an obvious choice.”
CCC and CCD v Sharp
“Thank you for all your help, you have been our saviour. I don’t know where I would have been without your help. I cannot put into words what you have done for me and the boys - we will always be grateful for all you have done.”
BXA and BXB v Adams
Notable Settled Cases
CCC and CCD v Sharp April 2022
Acting for a young man following a catastrophic motorbike accident in which he sustained a life changing head injury. Achieved a settlement of £4.8million.
RC v Greenfield December 2021
Acting for a young man following a motorbike accident in which he sustained a below knee amputation. Achieved a settlement of £1.95m NET.
BXA and BXB v Adams, April 2021
Acting on behalf of the family of a young father of three who tragically died in a road traffic accident. Achieved a settlement of £1.25m.
MO v Morris
Acting for a man who sustained life changing spinal cord injury in a road traffic accident. A settlement was reached 85/15 in his favour with a lump sum of £5m, plus a PPO £125,000 for life.
A case brought by the Claimant following his involvement in a RTA when he was knocked from his motorcycle. Liability was denied. The case proceeded towards a liability trial. Liability was resolved at 60/40 in the Claimant’s favour. Quantum remained in dispute. The Claimant suffered various injuries but the most significant was a bilateral sacral plexus injury meaning the Claimant was unable to walk ever again. He was grossly overweight 35 stone and because of treatment to save his life, went into end stage renal failure and so unbeknown to the defendant had a severely reduced life expectancy. The case settlement for £3m gross.
A case brought by the Claimant following his involvement in a RTA when he was knocked from his motorcycle. Liability was denied. The case proceeded to a liability trial. Liability was found by the Judge on 75/25 basis in the Claimant’s favour at Trial. The case subsequently resolved for £1m net of liability.
A case brought by the Claimant following his involvement in a RTA when he was knocked from his motorcycle. He suffered significant injuries including TBI and brachial plexus injury. The Claimant was unable to return to work, required lifelong care and support from a professional deputy. £3.95m net of liability.
JPC v Ford
Acting for a man with a life changing head injury, after a car ran a red light. He was left minimally conscious and unable to communicate. Settlement £2.5m plus £425,000 PPO for life.
A case brought by a male motorcyclist following a RTA in which he sustained life changing orthopaedic and TBI which means he is unlikely to walk again, requires new adapted accommodation and support with all aspects of his life. £3.75m recovered.
A case brought by a young man following a motorcycling accident. Liability was initially admitted but the defendant’s sought to resile from the admission, the application was successfully defended, and the judgment was awarded for the claimant. He sustained serious orthopaedic injuries from which there remains a small lifetime risk of amputation. £750,000.00 recovered on a Provisional Damages basis.
CMA by LWA v Vella v RSA
A case brought by the mother of a protected party after her son was involved in a catastrophic motorcycle accident. Liability was vigorously defended by the opponents but on approach to the Joint Statement phase of the case liability was agreed on a 65/35 basis which was subsequently approved before quantum was later agreed at £2.3m net of liability.
A case brought by a young man involved in a motorcycle accident with an ambulance in which he sustained traumatic brain injury and serious orthopaedic injuries. Liability, quantum, causation and capacity were all disputed but settlement was agreed in January 2022 requiring approval by the court for £1.5m net.
A highly complicated and heavily disputed case brought by a young woman involved in an accident when she lost control of her vehicle on ice on the M6 motorway 5 years ago. After a long, tactical litigated battle, and three weeks before a liability trial in Manchester District Registry, the case was settled by Highways England with a 6 figure settlement in favour of the Claimant.
- APIL membership
- Legal 500 ranked lawyer
- Nominated for several awards at Fletchers, including ‘Case of the Year’, ‘Lawyer of the Year’ and ‘Performance of the year’, winning ‘Case of the Year’ (2018) and ‘Performance of the Year’ (2020)
- Shortlisted for ‘Catastrophic Lawyer of the Year’ at Personal Injury Awards (2021 & 2022)
- Severe brain injury
- Spinal injury
- Serious orthopaedic injury
- Road traffic accidents
- Highways accidents
- Accidents at work
- CICA cases
- FCILEx - 2006