A committee member of the Personal Injury and Property Damage Committee of the Law Society of Singapore, Ray has extensive experience in motor insurance and accident claims. Having obtained a Diploma in Insurance and Risk Management from the Singapore College of Insurance, he has a good understanding of Insurance Law. Known in the industry as someone who fights hard for his clients, he has handled hundreds of cases in motor accident claims, including a reported case that went all the way to the Court of Appeal. Some of his noteworthy cases are
- Successfully represented his client at the Court of Appeal in the case Fong Khim Ling (administrator of the estate of Fong Ching Pau Lloyd, deceased) v Tan Teck Ann  SGCA 11).
- Helped to recover a substantial sum of compensation for a client in a slip and fall accident at a major shopping mall.
- Representing the family of the deceased who had passed away in prison as a result of prescribed medication (Click here for article).
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A member and volunteer of the Criminal Legal Aid Society (CLAS) and Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences (LASCO), Ray’s work in criminal matters has been featured in the Law Gazette (published by The Law Society of Singapore) and The Red Dot on Channel 5 and Channel News Asia
. Ray is also regularly highlighted in the newspapers
for his work and comments on criminal cases.
As a collaborative family practice lawyer, Ray assists clients facing matrimonial and custody disputes by making the often painful process less stressful and acrimonious. With his counselling-related experience, Ray exhibits compassion and tenacity in great balance.
An accredited mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre and the State Courts of Singapore. Ray’s mediation work involves a wide range of disputes including commercial matters, tenancy disputes, and employment concerns, just to name a few.
Apart from being a lawyer, Ray also lectures to police officers at Temasek Polytechnic and counselling interns doing the Master's programme with Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) at ECTA.