My client’s spouse was tragically killed in a car accident which was caused by another driver who lost control of his vehicle when not paying proper attention to the road. No amount of compensation was ever going to make up for my client’s loss but we needed to ensure that she received full compensation to reflect all of her losses. As […]Read More Widow recovers compensation after fatal car crash
This client suffered an injury to his hand whilst working, due to a defective guard on his table saw machine. Instead of protecting my client from coming into contact with the blade, the guard failed and caused his hand to be cut badly by the blade. A claim for damages was submitted to the employer and liability was […]Read More Compensation for worker injured by faulty table saw
This case involved a serious incident in which my client’s vehicle was hit whilst stationary in traffic on the A12. The defendant had failed to heed the traffic ahead and failed to slow down, causing them to collide at speed into my client’s vehicle. As my client sought early legal advice, we were able to ensure that […]Read More £25,000 for driver badly injured in A12 accident
This case related to a claim by a carpenter who had been instructed to perform a very specialist task using some newly purchased work equipment. However, the tool that he was provided with was not suitable for the job and the entire method in fact turned out to be incorrect and unsafe. As a result […]Read More Over £25,000 for worker injured by unsuitable equipment
The civil justice system is currently stacked more against personal injury claimants than it ever has been and this will only get worse with further reform due next year under the Civil Liability Bill. Claimants injured by another’s negligence are no longer able to recover their full legal costs from the defendant. The court fees […]Read More Fundamentally dishonest or inconsequentially misleading?
In this case, the claimant was injured whilst working at a large shop in Ipswich, Suffolk. An altercation involving a customer had led to one of the claimant’s colleagues running across the store to intervene. However, in running across the store, that colleague collided into the claimant at speed, knocking them to the ground and […]Read More Another fight for compensation for worker injured by colleague
The Ministry of Justice has this week presented the Civil Liability Bill to the House of Lords with a view to getting legislation implemented by April 2019. Amongst other things, one of the chief aims of the Bill is to severely reduce the level of compensation that insurers have to pay to motorists and passengers who suffer […]Read More Motorists – do you think cutting whiplash claims is really about saving YOU money?