Government aim to redefine personal injury damages

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A recent case dealing with the catastrophic effects of a new vaccine is set to go to the Court of Appeal as the Government seeks to further limit the rights of innocently injured citizens. In 2003 a swine flu panic swept the UK media fuelled by need to sell more newspapers. Hindsight they say is a… Read more

Finger broken in pavement trip – £4750

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We achieved this award for a lovely client who has since referred several friends, family members and acquaintances to us, so thrilled was he with the service he recieved. We were similarly thrilled with the lovely chocolates he sent in to thank us! This was a difficult case as the client was walking in town… Read more

Jogger trips over flagstone – £3900

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Claims for joggers injured on defects in the highway are always difficult and are often hard fought by the responsible highway authority. This case was just like that. The jogger in question was on a familiar route and was caught out by a flagstone that had raised by one and a half inches. We obtained… Read more

Mrs. A Chesters – Shotton

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Just a note of thanks for all you and your staff have done for me. Your guidance and help is much appreciated. If I have anything else legal I will not hesitate to contact you. 21/06/10