Heather Moore Solicitor, Clinical Negligence
Heather is a clinical negligence solicitor at Slater and Gordon Lawyers in London.
She joined in January 2017 and has since been solely dedicated to working towards the successful resolution of the Ian Paterson litigation. She worked as part of a team which successfully negotiated a global settlement of the litigation for £37 million. The settlement was approved by the Court so as to allow over 750 claimants and additional future claimants to finally achieve justice and receive compensation for their injuries. Heather continues to assist the further patients that are coming forward since the settlement of the litigation.
Heather specialises in a range of clinical negligence cases and advises clients on issues including orthopaedic injuries, nerve injuries, delay in diagnosis and consent. She has also assisted with claims relating to birth injuries.
- Clinical negligence
- Orthopaedic injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Delay and failure to diagnose
- Surgical injury
- Since 2017: Slater and Gordon Lawyers UK
- 2013-2017: OH Parsons LLP Solicitors
- Studied at the University of Law, Guildford (LPC, Distinction)
- Studied at Bournemouth University (LLB Hons 2:1)
- Member of the Law Society
Media coverage of the Ian Paterson litigation
- BBC: About 750 victims of rogue breast surgeon Ian Paterson are to be paid compensation from a new £37m fund
- ITV: Victims of jailed breast surgeon Ian Paterson to be paid £37m
- The Times: Hundreds of private patients maimed by the disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson are to receive compensation payouts totalling £37 million
Recent Testimonials for Heather Moore
“I would like to say thank you for your dealings with my claim. I am at a loss for words and could never express how pleased I am with the outcome. Extremely satisfied with the service. ”
“Slater and Gordon, from the first time I contacted them, could not have been more helpful, compassionate and on the ball. I can't thank you enough. I would highly recommend this company to everyone.”
Mrs F, Staffordshire