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Episode 2 - There’s no such thing as a traffic accident

Sally Moore and Cynthia Barlow discuss how victims of a road traffic crime should be treated as victims of crime, and their families given more support and information.

Posted on 15 July 2020

Nearly 2,000 people die on our roads every year and the numbers are increasing. In this episode, the head of Leigh Day’s personal injury team, Sally Moore, discusses with Cynthia Barlow from Roadpeace, who lost her own daughter in a collision on the road, how victims of a road traffic crime should be treated as victims of crime, and their families given more support and information.

Guest speakers

Cynthia Barlow OBE, Chair of RoadPeace
Sally Moore, Leigh Day Partner and head of the personal injury department

 

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Meet the contributors

Sally Moore

Partner

Head of the firm's personal injury department. Consistently ranked as one of the UK's leading serious injury lawyers, specialising in spinal and brain injury claims

David Preston

Associate solicitor

David represents people who have suffered life-changing injuries

Amputation Brain injury Road traffic collisions Spinal injury