Emergency Response

Call our 24-hour Emergency Response number or contact one of our team – details listed below.

Casualty & Admiralty Response


Christian Dwyer

Global Head of Admiralty
+44 (0) 7712 581 137

Martin Dalby

+44 (0) 7768 587 893

James Drummond

Admiralty Manager
+44 (0) 7711 470 422

Donal Keaney

Senior Marine Manager
+44 (0) 7736 934 219

Stefanie Johnston

Dual qualified commercial disputes Partner
+44 (0) 77 5342 7931

Stuart Francis

Admiralty Manager
+30 6944 559509

Paul Harvey

Senior Associate & Casualty Investigator
+30 695 100 5481

Wai Yue Loh

Partner and Chief Representative of Beijing Office, Beijing; and Partner, Hong Kong
+86 (0) 10 5706 9588

Richard Oakley

Hong Kong
+852 9686 0722

Mohamed El Hawawy

Joint Managing Partner, Dubai
+971 56 174 4085

For your ease of reference, please download a copy of our team sheet here:

Casualty & Admiralty Response team

We work with our clients to anticipate and plan for risks that their organisations may encounter in the course of their day-to-day business operations. Whilst it’s a given that we understand the legal aspects, our expertise extends to the reputational and commercial issues that organisations face when unexpected events occur.

Clients recognise our vast experience in dealing with the practical and legal problems that follow a major disaster, emergency or crisis. Our teams respond immediately to a wide range of incidents, from major shipping casualties including pollution and contamination, collisions, fires and groundings to accidents in the aviation, energy and rail sectors.

Together with our clients, we develop and test crisis response plans for use in an emergency. These plans set out proposed actions and responsibilities within the organisation and provide specific guidance on legal, insurance, reputation, communication and business issues.

The overall purpose is to safeguard company assets, of which the most important is reputation.

For crisis situations: Our International Emergency Response hotline is manned 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.