Nadia Draoua

I am a trainee solicitor. I primarily support other solicitors, working within a team for six months at a time. I gain valuable experience working within a range of different teams at Moore Barlow, supporting them in providing the high level of service that our clients have come to expect. Whether working directly with clients […]

Moore Barlow proud to launch Major Trauma Group

New national service will assist people affected by major trauma and raise awareness of issues faced by patients NHS funding for major trauma centres and rehabilitation at an all time low during Covid-19 London based law firm, Moore Barlow, is proud to announce the launch of a new national service to assist people affected by […]

Moore Barlow spotlights hidden Covid-19 victims on ITV London news

Moore Barlow Partner and Head of Major Trauma Service, Trevor Sterling, along with clients, Hannah and Mostafiz McWann, have told ITV London News about the impact Covid-19 has had on people with serious brain injuries and others living with “hidden” conditions. Moore Barlow has supported Hannah Mcwann and her family since December 2017. Hannah suffered […]

What to do if you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver

Associate solicitor, Matthew Tuff in the Major Trauma service team, discusses what can be done if you are involved in an accident with another driver who does not have insurance or who has left the scene of the accident. In these cases, you can still make a claim and the claim can be submitted to an organisation […]

Moore Barlow lawyer ranked in global Future Female Leaders list

Top 100 UK law firm Moore Barlow is proud to announce that senior associate, Amandeep Khasriya, has been named as a Future Leader in HERoes Women Role Model List 2020. The HERoes 100 Women Future Female Leader’s list, released by diversity and inclusion network INvolve, celebrates 100 inspirational and high performing women who are not […]

Fatal accidents – bereavement damages

Associate solicitor, Matthew Tuff in the Major Trauma service team, explains what fatal accident cases are and specifically bereavement damages. Bereavement damages are intended to compensate a person for the grief caused by the death of a loved one. The government has recently announced that the amount of the bereavement award will increase from £12,980 to £15,120.

Electric scooters UK law – do’s and don’ts

With the emergence of technological advances, we are now starting to see the start of the “transport revolution” promised by the current government, following the announcement of the e-scooter trial that began earlier this month. Many people in the UK have used e-scooters throughout the UK despite them not being allowed on public roads and […]

Brain Injuries

Associate solicitor, Matthew Tuff in the Major trauma team discusses the different types of brain injuries, typical symptoms and the importance of rehabilitation.

What is Occupiers’ Liability and how can you protect yourself against it?

If a visitor on your land or premises falls or injures themselves, what occupiers’ liability might you have? There are two acts you need to be aware of, Occupiers Liability Act 1957 and Occupiers Liability Act 1984 (“the Acts”). These Acts impose a duty of care on occupiers to both lawful visitors and trespassers respectively. […]

Cameron Vincent

Brain Injuries Amputations Complex musculoskeletal injuries Rehabilitation I joined Moore Barlow in 2019 as a paralegal working in the Major Trauma team, working closely with Trevor Sterling, Partner for Medical Relations and Head of the Major Trauma team. My role involves supporting the Major Trauma service in major trauma (personal injury) liability investigations, as well […]

Matthew Tuff

Catastrophic personal injury Brain injury Complex musculo-skeletal and spinal cord  injuries Fatal accident cases I qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and have worked in the area of catastrophic personal injury ever since. As well as recovering compensation for our clients, I place particular emphasis on securing rehabilitation for them at an early stage.  I […]

Claire Salisbury

I am the rehabilitation co-ordinator in the firm’s major trauma team. I offer clinical advice to clients and their families. I help to co-ordinate clients’ care and specialise in making sure clients get the help they need to improve their quality of life and reach their rehabilitation potential. I have expertise in the rehabilitation of […]

Trevor Sterling

I handle a wide range of personal injury claims related to health and social care cases, and have considerable experience managing inquests and inquiries. With over thirty years’ experience in the legal profession, my clients are those who have suffered serious injury or disability through no fault of their own. I help clients with a […]

Amandeep Khasriya

Fatal incident claims Adult and child brain injury Amputation injury Complex orthopaedic injury Crush injuries I have over 12 years experience in running complex and high value major trauma claims. I currently act for individuals and their families who have suffered serious and life-changing injuries or death. Having represented clients from a variety of backgrounds, […]

Sophie Davies

Major trauma Personal injury Rehabilitation Brain injury Amputation I joined Moore Blatch in 2012 (now Moore Barlow, May 2020) and worked as a paralegal in personal injury before becoming a trainee solicitor in 2014. I trained in family, employment and serious injury before qualifying as a solicitor in 2016 and joining the Major Trauma team. […]

Moore Blatch wins two prestigious national awards

Moore Blatch has won gold at both the Personal Injury Awards 2019 and UK Diversity Legal Awards 2019 in the same week. On Wednesday, Moore Blatch’s Major Trauma team were winners in the Claimant Team of the Year category at the Personal Injury Awards. The awards, in their 12th year, celebrate the work of individuals […]

It’s about time the government helped the NHS, not the insurance industry

If passed, the government’s proposals to extend the Fixed Recoverable Costs (FRC) fast track to cover most civil cases up to ¬£100,000 will enable insurance companies to save millions of pounds. In response, law firms will undoubtedly need to re-evaluate their caseloads and consider the most cost-effective ways to approach a claim, with the victim […]

Effects and symptoms of brain injury

A brain injury can have a devastating effect and cause a wide range of different symptoms. In this article, Moore Blatch Associate Solicitor, Matthew Tuff, explores the most common effects and symptoms: Excessive fatigue This is a common symptom of brain injury. People often feel exhausted much more easily than they did before the accident. […]

Degloving injuries

A Degloving injury is a severe injury where the outer skin becomes separated from the tissue underneath. Degloving injuries of legs, hands and arms are the most common. Degloving injuries of the head or torso are normally fatal. In this article, Moore Blatch Associate Solicitor, Matthew Tuff, discusses the causes of this particularly distressing injury […]

Headway South West London

Headway South West London (HWSWL) is a dedicated charity that helps individuals with brain injury, and their families and carers, across the boroughs of Merton, Kingston, Sutton, Croydon, Richmond and Wandsworth. It provides monthly support meetings for brain injury survivors in Wimbledon, Richmond, Croydon and Balham, a free telephone advice service for social security benefits, […]

Major trauma

Doing all we can to help you rebuild your life following a serious injury is central to our priorities and values. Trevor Sterling discusses how our major trauma service focuses on you and your rehabilitation following a life-changing trauma.

In response to the RAIB’s latest report

In response to the RAIB’s latest report – Trevor Sterling, Partner at Moore Blatch solicitors , who represents a number of victims of the Croydon Tram Crash, said: