Following the inquest in the Croydon Tram crash where Andrew Ritchie QC, Giles Mooney QC and James Byrne acted for the 7 families of the deceased, the Coroner has made important Prevention of Future Death findings based on their submissions:
Andrew Ritchie QC and James Byrne instructed by Osbornes Law, and Giles Mooney QC instructed by Furley Page, between them represent all seven families of those who died in the Croydon Tram derailment in 2016 in a 12 week inquest starting on 17…
Giles Mooney QC and Laura Hibberd provided online training for Irwin Mitchell solicitors regarding Animals Act claims. The presentation includes analysis of the Animals Act 1971, how to risk assess claims and some practical examples.
Giles Mooney QC successfully resisted an appeal from the Defendants in a claim under the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1934 and the Fatal Accidents Act 1976. The deceased died from bronchopneumonia, having contracted asbestosis, allegedly in the course of his…
We are delighted to announce that after extensive research by Chambers & Partners Giles Mooney has been shortlisted as Personal injury and Clinical Negligence Junior of the year. The Chambers bar awards will be held on 25 October 2018 at The London…
Giles Mooney has successfully settled the case of Smith v Tesco at a Joint Settlement Meeting. The case which has been running for over four years concerned a Claimant who was injured at work whilst driving a shunter vehicle. He drove the…
On 18th April 2018 Mr Justice Jay gave Judgment for the Claimant after the trial of Meynell v Croydon Health Service NHS Trust. Giles Mooney, representing the Claimant argued that the Trust had been negligent in failing to diagnose and treat…
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