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Category Archive: Case Studies

July 2013,Miss P Clarke

“The client care I received was very satisfactory, I am very satisfied with the compensation I received. The legal service and advice I was provided was above expectation.”

Mr A

Mr A was a passenger in a private hire vehicle along with his friend, the third party vehicle emerged from a give way and into the path of the vehicle our client was travelling in. The third party insurers disputed liability claiming in error that our client was the driver and not the passenger, they further alleged the private hire vehicle was at fault as their client was stationary and the private hire vehicle hit a stationary vehicle. We took a robust stance and took witness statements from our client and the driver of the private hire vehicle, along with accessing police reports who attended the scene of the accident. […]

Mrs R (01/2012)

The claimant was stationery awaiting for a lorry which was reversing to complete its manoeuvre. The defendant failed to notice the claimant’s stationery vehicle despite her sounding her car horn and the defendant negligently collided into the claimants vehicle. The defendants Solicitors denied liability and advised that our insured was in their insured’s blind spot and should not have stopped where she did. Our argument was if their insured new there was a blind stop he should have made sure it was clear of traffic before proceeding and should have heard the sound of our clients car horn. We also had an independent witness who confirmed our client’s innocence. We […]