Richard Livingston practises in all aspects of multi-track personal injury and clinical negligence work including public and employers’ liability and road traffic litigation.
He has developed a substantial reputation in the field of industrial disease and is regularly instructed by claimants and defendants alike in claims involving asbestos-related conditions (pleural thickening, asbestosis, mesothelioma), asthma, chemical exposure (COSHH claims), carpal tunnel syndrome, hand-arm vibration syndrome, noise-induced hearing loss, occupational stress, upper limb disorders, tenosynovitis, silicosis, dermatitis and repetitive strain injuries. He regularly undertakes limitation trials and has lectured extensively on the subject.
Livingston frequently acts for defendants in road traffic litigation where fraud and low-velocity impacts are alleged.
He also has a keen interest in clinical and dental negligence and is instructed by claimants and defendants. His practice also includes cosmetic surgery litigation and he has delivered a series of lectures in this area. He has experience of dealing with cases involving the following procedures: breast augmentation, mastopexy, rhinoplasty, abdominoplasty, thighplasty, otoplasty, blepharoplasty, liposuction, facelift, hair transplant and filler treatment.
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