Giles Mooney#3165

Giles Mooney

Giles specialises in civil litigation. His expertise includes catastrophic personal injury and clinical negligence claims. Giles has a healthy claimant/defendant split acting in high value and complex claims. He does the full range of personal injury work with particular interest in claims brought under the Animals Act 1971. He has regularly appeared in Court of Appeal in precedent setting litigation on this subject. His clinical negligence work encompasses injuries of the upmost severity as well as claims brought relating to medical products. Other professional negligence work includes claims against solicitors, veterinary surgeons, insurance brokers and surveyors. Giles's commercial work covers a broad spectrum of cases including sale of goods, construction, company and insolvency matters. Giles is recommended as a leading junior in personal injury and clinical negligence in the Legal 500 and for personal injury in Chambers & Partners.
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Claim against an employer by an employee who slipped while working in a kitchen
Claim against an employer by an employee who slipped while working in a kitchen
Precedents

This is a precedent particulars of claim against an employer by an employee who slipped while working in a kitchen.

Claim against an employer on behalf of an employee who was attacked at work by a patient
Claim against an employer on behalf of an employee who was attacked at work by a patient
Precedents

This Precedent outlines the particulars of claim for a healthcare assistant who was attacked at work by a patient. The Precedent is drafted for incidents occurring post 1 October 2013 and the introduction of section 69 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013. The particulars of negligence are detailed together with the breaches of statutory duty set out in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 as evidence of that negligence.

Letter of claim against GP for failing to refer
Letter of claim against GP for failing to refer
Precedents

This precedent can be used for a claim against a General Practitioner for failing to refer a patient or it can be adapted for other similar claims against a General Practitioner.

Practice Area

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Qualified Year

  • 1998

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