Sat is an Associate in the Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury team at Kingsley Napley having qualified in 2019.
He has experience of working with clients who have sustained a range of injuries, including brain injuries, injuries arising from birth, orthopaedic injuries and gastrointestinal injuries. Sat also advises on complex quantum issues (for example, future accommodation and care claims).
Sat regularly represents clients who find themselves dealing with life changing situations which can be emotionally difficult. He is both professional and approachable, and brings a personal touch to all his work.
His commitment to helping those who have suffered an injury is also reflected through his regular volunteering for a medical advice charity, Action Against Medical Accidents (AvMA), the UK charity for safety and justice.
Sat is passionate about all aspects of Diversity and Inclusion. He is an active member of Kingsley Napley’s BAME and Social Mobility group, and regularly attends events which explore equality. Inspired by the talks and work of author and UK artist Akala, Sat wants to make sure voices are heard and equal representation is across all social and professional levels.