No5’s Richard Moat acts for David Williams in inquest into level-crossing deaths
Barrister Richard Moat from No5 Chambers has acted for David Williams in an inquest into the death of Williams and Paul Hodge. Hodge was the driver of a car struck by a train on a level crossing in Great Coates in April 2013. He and his passenger Williams suffered fatal injuries and died.
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