Richard Moat

Viewing: Clinical Negligence for Richard Moat

Together with his extensive personal injury practise Richard regularly undertakes medical negligence work. His ability to get to the heart of a claim and to understand the complex nature of expert medical evidence makes him ideally suited to undertake high value claims across the range of medical negligence work.
Richard’s experience both in personal injury and clinical negligence work means he is used to fighting trials and representing his clients to their best advantage in Court and in settlement meetings.
Richard has a high turnover of paper work and is very experienced in civil procedure issues.
Richard has experience of a variety of clinical negligence cases, including the following areas: brain injury and cerebral palsy; spinal injury; cancer; medical and surgical.
Further details of Richard’s experience can be found under his specialist profiles.
“A skilled cross-examiner.”
Legal 500 2019
“His attention to detail and evidence is his key skill. He is also very tactically astute and a shrewd negotiator.” “Richard provides realistic and balanced advice which gets to the heart of the matter.” Recent work: Represented the claimant in Lewis v Maxbrite, a case concerning an explosion that caused severe burns and psychiatric injuries to the claimant.
Chambers UK 2018
“He cuts through to the heart of a case.”
Legal 500 2017
“He often comes up with unique strategies to resolve cases.” “Provides realistic, balanced advice which gets to the heart of the matter.” “Excellent advocacy skills.” Recent work: Assisted a claimant after he suffered a severe injury to his leg in a road traffic-accident.
Chambers UK 2017
“He get to the heart of the case quickly and in a way that clients understand.”
Legal 500 2016
Christ Church, Oxford

Latest News & Publications

The Ogden Tables have been the first port of call for all legal practitioners, but are they to be relied on?...

Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2020
No5 Barristers Richard Moat, Karl Hirst, John Coughlan and Gemma Roberts discuss the changes brought in by the latest version of the Ogden Tables and explanatory notes and give practical advice on the likely effects....

Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2020