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Stuart Warmington 's Profile Picture
Stuart joined Leigh Day in 2011, before completing his training with the firm and qualifying as a solicitor in 2018. He has built up particular expertise in defective products and consumer claims. Many of the cases he has worked on have been group actions.

Stuart is currently working on complex matters relating to clinical research and drug trials, and is also investigating potential claims on behalf of a large group of NHS patients who received blood transfusions allegedly contaminated with the Hepatitis C virus.   

In the past, Stuart has successfully acted for over 50 people who brought claims against a multinational medical
technology manufacturer alleging that they had been provided with defective prosthetic joints and was integral in achieving a multi-million pound settlement for the claimants. Other successes have also included obtaining compensation for a client who had to undergo revision surgery to replace a fractured lead that was compromising the performance of their deep brain stimulation device. 

Stuart was also part of the team that took the DePuy Pinnacle metal on metal hip group action through to trial, this being one of the most significant product liability group actions ever pursued in the UK. 

Stuart also has a strong interest in work that has an international dimension. His experience includes working on a claim brought by a large group of Mozambicans who allege that they are the victims of serious human rights abuses relating to a ruby mine that is ultimately owned by a UK based parent company.  


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