Sarah Prager

Sarah’s expertise includes:

Travel and Tourism: Sarah is regularly instructed by both consumers and tour operators in the field of travel and tourism. She has a wealth of experience in multi-jurisdictional matters, including claims founded on the Package Travel Regulations 1992, the Warsaw, Montreal and Athens Conventions, and at common law. She has experience of acting for claimants and defendants in group actions in relation to package and cruise holidays. She regularly handles cases involving conflicts of law issues.

Personal Injury: Sarah represents claimants, insurers and local authorities in all aspects of personal injury work. Where appropriate Sarah is willing to be instructed on a Conditional Fee basis.

General Commercial law: Sarah has extensive experience in a wide range of contractual disputes and insurance litigation.


Recent work includes:

Acting for the claimant at first instance and on appeal in a case concerning two married British nationals domiciled in England involved in a road traffic accident in France. The driver responsible for the accident was a French national. The claimant sued her husband in England for personal injuries under French loi badinter.

Representing tour operators in a series of high-profile food poisoning claims.

Acting in a number of norovirus group actions, and other group actions arising out of cruise holidays.

Advising claimants and defendants on the application of local standards in package travel claims.

(Entry last updated June 2009)

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