Carl Waring

About Carl Waring

Carl Waring is an experienced solicitor who qualified in 1987. He has written extensively on the personal injury ‘reforms’ that have taken place since 2010. He is a freelance legal content writer and the Head of Business Development at Mooneerams, Solicitors.

The M4 Relief Road – the soap opera ends after 30 years

As a firm of South Wales personal injury solicitors, whose Cardiff head office virtually sits on the M4, we have, perhaps more than most, closely followed the ‘will they/won’t they continue with the M4 relief road’ drama, ever since Mooneerams solicitors came into being, back in 2002. In our individual ...

By |2020-05-12T08:42:28+01:00June 12th, 2019|Road Use / Transport|

A Coffee With Personal Injury Solicitor Andrew Last

The team at Mooneerams Personal Injury claim solicitors in Cardiff are a cheery bunch, as anyone who has had any dealings with them either on the phone or in the flesh will testify. No one typifies this more than senior personal injury solicitor Andrew Last, a man who always seems ...

By |2020-05-12T08:44:49+01:00April 5th, 2019|Life at Mooneerams|

How Safe is it to Cycle in Cardiff?

According to an article in Cycling Weekly; “Wales has plenty to offer to cyclists - from amazing scenery and challenging parcours to friendly locals and excellent culinary delicacies.” We certainly wouldn’t argue with that. Right on the doorstep of Mooneerams personal injury solicitors Cardiff office, near the village of Tongwynlais, ...

By |2020-05-12T08:47:27+01:00March 12th, 2019|Road Use / Transport|

Would you like to work for us?

Mooneerams solicitors of Cardiff's superb reputation has been built up over 16 plus years. During that time we've served not just the people of Cardiff or of South Wales, but increasingly of the whole of Wales and England too. At the same time, we have never forgotten our local roots. ...

By |2020-05-12T08:48:01+01:00February 7th, 2019|Recruitment|

Pothole Accident Claims

When strangers are forced to make polite conversation with each other – on buses, trains, whilst waiting in doctors’ surgeries – what do they generally talk about? Historically, it’s been about the state of the British weather. However, in recent years, they are just as likely to be heard bemoaning ...

By |2020-05-12T08:48:35+01:00January 8th, 2019|Road Use / Transport|
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