Katherine R. Moore

Law Office of Katherine R. Moore, P.C.
600 Allerton Street, Suite 202
Redwood City, CA

Phone: 6509957312
Fax: 6509957862
Firm Web Site: www.katemoorelaw.com

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Practice and Personal Background

Katherine R. Moore has nearly 15 years of experience handling premises liability, general negligence, motor vehicle accidents and personal injury cases from both a plaintiff and defense perspective and is admitted to practice before all of the Courts of the State of California and the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Ms. Moore has tried numerous general negligence and premises liability cases to jury verdict in five northern California counties including San Benito, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and San Mateo and resolved a multitude of cases in favor of defendants by mediation, arbitration and motion for summary judgment. In addition to membership in ADTA, Ms. Moore is a past board member of the Association of Defense Counsel for Northern California and Nevada and served from 2004-2008. She is also a member of the San Mateo and Santa Clara County Bar Associations, Santa Clara County Trial Lawyers Association, and Defense Research Institute (DRI). Classes/Seminars Taught include: •Association of Defense Counsel of Northern California Basic Training Seminar, San Jose, California, 2005 *Electronic Discovery Act – Safeway Attorney Conference- January 2010 •Premises Liability, Redwood Law Center – Redwood City, California – March, 2011 •California’s Electronic Discovery Act – Safeway Attorney Conference- January 2011 Recent Successes and Achievements: On April 3, 2012, Katherine Moore obtained a defense verdict for Safeway, Inc. in San Mateo County in an action for premises liability and general negligence involving a claim of slip and fall by an 80-year-old man. The plaintiff alleged he slipped and fell in fluid leaking from the Safeway garbage can while walking along the exterior sidewalk in front of the Safeway store breaking his ankle which required surgery and alleged Safeway, Inc. knew or should have known of a dangerous condition on the sidewalk and either cleaned up the “sludge”, protected the plaintiff from it; or warned the plaintiff it was there. After a 2 ½ week jury trial, the jury returned a verdict for Safeway, Inc.

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