She has over a decade of experience in the practice of Tort Law and insurance law. She mostly represents insurance companies doing mainly insurance claims across the board i.e. motor, workmen, industrial, public liability and professional indemnity etc. She also advised General Insurance Association on the Insurance Amendment Bill which came into force on 1 September 2009 and does advisory work for the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Singapore.
Hui Ying does debt recovery for insurance companies and subrogated recovery claims involving counter-indemnities, contractual recovery and restitution.
Assisted in the Assessment of Damages proceedings and subsequent appeals to the High Court and Court of Appeal on the principles of leave requirement for appeals to the Court of Appeal as well as principles to be applied in determining the appropriate multiplier-multiplicand to apply in dependency claims - Fong Khim Ling (administrator of the estate of Fong Ching Pau Lloyd, deceased) v Tan Teck Ann  2 SLR 659.
Assisted in the trial and appeal to the Court of Appeal relating to considerations taken by the Court when overturning findings of fact by a trial judge in an appeal as well as principles relating to the plea of inevitable accident / agony of the moment - Thorben Langvad Linneberg v Leong Mei Kuen  1 SLR 207.
Assisted in the Assessment of Damages before Assistant Registrar in Chambers, currently on appeal before the High Court Judge in Chambers. Principles of awarding damages for loss of future earnings / loss of earning capacity to sole proprietors - Tan Teck Boon v Lim Gim Siong & Ors  SGHC 76.
Assisted in the trial on liability before the High Court, Assessment of Damages before Assistant Registrar in Chambers and appeal before the High Court Judge in Chambers, currently on appeal to the Court of Appeal. Principles of awarding damages for complex head injuries - Lee Wei Kong v Ng Siok Tong  SGHC 371.
Assisted in trial in the District Court and Appeal in the High Court. Principles of statutory recovery under section 18(b) of the Workmen’s Compensation Act - Royal & SunAlliance Insurance plc v Tan Chye Chong t/a Hai San Fresh Fruits & Anor  SGDC 45.
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