Catherine Moore is an Associate Solicitor at Express Solicitors. She works under Daniel Slade, head of the firm’s Public Liability and Occupier’s Liability division, assisting him with many unusual and complex cases. These include sporting accidents, non-UK accidents, accidents on aircrafts, and accidents on boats. Express Solicitors has built a reputation for taking on notoriously complex animal-related accidents (including horse accidents) and has successfully won a significant number of complex cases in this area. They have also dealt with many of the high-profile ‘toxic sofa’ cases, suing Argos and other large furniture suppliers for skin conditions suffered by many people across the UK from their defective sofas.
Catherine also handles many of the high-value, complex Road Traffic Accident cases that the firm works on. This has allowed her to garner experience of a broad range of Personal Injury cases since joining Express Solicitors in October 2011. Catherine initially worked in the firm’s New Client Department before becoming a Litigation Assistant in March 2012.
Prior to joining Express Solicitors she supervised a team in an IT consultants, where she honed her excellent organisational and communication skills. Holding a degree in Business Studies and Marketing Management from Manchester Metropolitan University, Catherine later completed her GDL at the same institution.
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- £8,000 for injuries after tripping over a loose paving slab
- £5,500 after accident in a Bed and Breakfast
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- £2,700 after a slip in a supermarket
- £1,500 Awarded to Man After Broken Fence Gashes His Arm.