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Corries4Women is a specialist clinical and medical negligence claims department of Corries Solicitors Ltd. Our team developed after the PIP Breast Implant scandal broke and with it being such a sensitive topic we felt an all female department would provide what our clients needed most at that time: trust, understanding and sensitivity. We now specifically assist women who have suffered as a result of clinical or medical negligence.

Corries4Women is a specialist clinical and medical negligence claims department of Corries Solicitors Ltd. Our team developed after the PIP Breast Implant scandal broke and with it being such a sensitive topic we felt an all female department would provide what our clients needed most at that time: trust, understanding and sensitivity. We now specifically assist women who have suffered as a result of clinical or medical negligence.

 

We understand the sensitive nature of clinical and medical negligence claims. We are here to provide you with the legal advice that will help you make the right decision for your situation – along with complete discretion and confidence at all times.

Corries 4 Women offer a professional legal service that will ensure you obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your clinical or medical negligence claim. However as our clients often approach us when then they are at their most vulnerable, either emotionally or physically, we are also committed to ensuring that every client receives the respect, understanding and sensitivity they deserve.

Corries 4 Women clinical and medical negligence solicitors team is based in York City Centre. We are a national and international practice and we work with Clients nationwide and even abroad as long as the clinical or medical negligence occurred in England or Wales.

You can be confident that we will discuss your claim with you at every stage and can keep in touch with you via telephone, email or post – whatever is most convenient for you.

We endeavour to visit our clients at home to provide a less formal atmosphere. However, should you wish, our clients are always welcome to visit our offices.

We are proud to confirm that we are supporting the following charities over the next year:

Please click on the links below for information regarding some of the types of cases that we deal with.

Although hospitals generally provide excellent obstetric services, birth remains potentially hazardous for the baby. When errors do occur they can be devastating and result in lifelong problems as the examples below show.Birth injury claims for the newborn

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

£800,000 Awarded - newborn girl

Forearm injuries sustained prior to her birth and noted upon delivery. She required a prosthetic limb, further treatment, and support and care for around two hours per day, to increase to four hours after she had children of her own (until the youngest child reached 14 years of age) and again when elderly.

£3,371,220 Awarded - newborn girl

Delayed delivery at birth led to her suffering from four limb spastic cerebral palsy. She had profound cognitive impairment and some visual impairment. She was wheelchair dependant, had epilepsy and was totally dependent on others for all her care needs.

£7,102,016 Awarded - newborn boy

Brain injuries incurred just before his birth as a result of a hospital's negligence. He was diagnosed with severe 4-limb athetoid cerebral palsy and would need care for the rest of his life.

£2,000,000 Awarded - newborn girl

Failures by medical staff prior to and during the claimant's birth. She sustained perinatal brain damage and suffered hemiplegia, hemianopia, epilepsy, learning difficulties and behavioural problems.

£3,000,000 Awarded - newborn girl

Received for severe brain damage sustained at birth. She suffered from cerebral palsy, and spastic quadriplegia, and she would require care and assistance for the remainder of her life.

For birth injury claims, call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103. We are one of the UKs leading birth injury lawyers, specialising in birth injury compensation.

Most hospitals generally provide excellent obstetrics services, however child birth remains potentially hazardous for a woman. When errors do occur they can be devastating as the examples below show.Birth injury claims involving the mother

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

£34,000 Awarded - 24 year old woman

Hospital failed to carry out a caesarean section in an appropriate manner. She suffered a postpartum haemorrhage for which she had to undergo a second operation under anaesthetic. The claimant suffered with post-traumatic stress disorder and symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder for 18 months.

£3,350,000 Awarded - 25 year old woman

Hospital failed to estimate her due date of delivery correctly resulting in labour being induced at 29 to 30 weeks gestation. As a result of her prematurity she suffered severe spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy.

£27,500 Awarded - 25-year old woman

Received for the psychiatric injuries she suffered following the defendant hospital's negligence during the birth of her son. As a result of the negligence, the baby suffered from spastic cerebral palsy and the claimant suffered a loss reaction as well as post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

£40,000 Awarded - 47 year old woman

Received in relation to medical treatment provided following the birth of her child. She suffered a post-partum haemorrhage, which required surgical intervention, and psychiatric injuries.

£5,000,000 Awarded - 41 year old woman

Received after a hospital failed to identify brain damage whilst carrying out fetal scans. As a result the mother delivered a severely disabled child which, had she known of the injuries, she would have elected to terminate during the pregnancy.

For birth injury claims relating to the mother, call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103. We are one of the UKs leading birth injury lawyers, specialising in birth injury compensation.

Contraceptive implants are a very effective alternative for women who would rather not take the pill. However sometimes they are inserted incorrectly, often with serious consequences. The result can be anything from scarring to an unwanted pregnancy, as you can see from the cases below.

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £5,361.21 - female age 34

For the unsuccessful attempt to remove a contraceptive implant in September 2008. The claimant suffered pain and was left with a permanent visible scar on her arm.

Awarded £25,000 - 38 year old woman

Her doctor failed to insert an Implanon Contraceptive device into her arm in August 2008 as requested. She subsequently fell pregnant and after on-going complications during the pregnancy, went on to lose the foetus at 21 weeks and suffered the trauma of the actual birth.

Awarded £18,500 - 20 year old woman

After an contraceptive implant device was incorrectly inserted into her arm in January 2009. She subsequently fell pregnant and underwent a late termination.

Awarded £15,000 – 32 year old woman

For the unplanned pregnancy and subsequent miscarriage she experienced after the unsuccessful insertion of a contraceptive implant. She experienced an alleged exacerbation of her pre-existing depression and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Awarded £8,500 - 25year old woman

For the right arm injuries and menstrual irregularities suffered following the incorrect insertion of a contraceptive implant.

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

As many as 1 in 100 pregnancies is an ectopic pregnancy. If mismanaged this is a potentially life threatening problem as you can see from the cases below.

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

£11,795.98 Awarded - 30 year old woman

Failure by the hospital to diagnose her ectopic pregnancy prior to its rupture in September 2010. She suffered internal bleeding in her pelvis, had to undergo an urgent operation to remove her right fallopian tube and developed an adjustment disorder which lasted three to four months.

£7,500 Awarded - 32 year old woman

Received for the delay in diagnosing her ectopic pregnancy in February 2010. As a result she experienced unnecessary pain, discomfort, vaginal bleeding and anxiety for 19 days.

£5,000 Awarded - 32 year old woman

Received after a hospital failed to advise her of the option of a salpingotomy rather than a salpingectomy when she had ectopic pregnancy. She lost her right fallopian tube and suffered psychological distress.

£40,000 Awarded - 35 year old woman

Received for an ectopic pregnancy and removal of her remaining fallopian tube, suffered after she consulted her GP in January 2007. As a result she was left infertile.

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Wrong diagnosis is an all too common complaint. Women tell us about how their health deteriorates only to find out that the Hospital or GP had failed to correctly diagnose a condition or refer them to a consultant. In some cases the patient is treated for something entirely different, often with devastating consequences.

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £73,500 - Female age 36

For left-sided paralysis sustained following the failure by the defendant GP to make a referral to a neurologist. She suffered a stroke and was left with a very significant left hemiparesis, causing her to have a virtually useless left hand.

Awarded £75,000 - Female age 19

For the delay in diagnosis of appendicitis by the hospital. She suffered prolonged admission to hospital, had an emergency laparotomy to drain a pelvic abscess, sustained a nasal ulcer and was left with a weakened abdominal wall and the possibility of compromised fertility.

Awarded £8,500 - Female age 25

The claimant received £8,500 after hospital staff failed to act on advice from a consultant that she should undergo an ultrasound scan, which resulted in an abdominal tumour going undiscovered for two years. The tumour was removed by laparotomy which caused scarring and also involved the removal of an ovary.

£47,500 Awarded - Female age 64

Hospital failed to diagnose and treat a ruptured appendix. As a result she suffered a perforation of the appendix, peritonitis, abscess formation with perforation of her large bowel requiring a laparotomy, appendicectomy and right hemi-colectomy with primary anastomosis. She continued to suffer from frequency of bowel movement, although this was controlled with medication.

£352,000 Awarded - Female age 32

Awarded for the unnecessary extensive surgery and resulting adjustment disorder, following the defendant's misdiagnosis of cancer suffered by the first claimant. She underwent eight surgical operations between 1999 and 2001 as a result of the misdiagnosis, leaving her with a sense of mutilation and a profoundly altered body image.

£550,000 Awarded - Female age 18

She repeatedly complained of pain around her knee and a hospital failed to promptly diagnose an osteosarcoma. She required an above-knee amputation, which might have been avoided with prompt investigations and treatment.

£13,000 Awarded - Female age 63

Hospital failed to correctly diagnose a scaphoid fracture.

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Cosmetic surgery has become ever more popular, with increasing numbers of women prepared to go under the knife to alter and improve their appearance. Many women who choose to go down the route of cosmetic surgery assume all cosmetic surgeons have additional training to carry out the work, but this is not the case. There is no pre-requisite for a cosmetic surgeon to have any specialist experience of any of the procedures they perform. This has led some surgeons to charge over the odds for poor quality work. A surgeons job is not finished the moment they walk away from the operating table, it is their job to provide adequate aftercare which is one of the main areas of negligence.

We have helped a number of ladies achieve justice and compensation.

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £20,000 - Female aged 28

Suffered from a disfigured nose following a rhinoplasty. She required corrective surgery and developed an adjustment disorder with prolonged symptoms of depression.

Awarded £75,724 - Female aged 53

Severe wounding and scarring to her stomach following a "tummy-tuck" operation. The claimant suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of her injuries, and suffered from a loss of self respect, withdrawal and severe depression.

Awarded £19,500 - Female age 38

Following a breast enlargement operation the claimant suffered a diathermy burn to her right breast, which caused an infection. She underwent surgery to eliminate the infection but further surgery was required and she was left with permanent scarring.

Awarded £50,000 - Female aged 25

Following a breast enlargement operation. The claimant suffered psychological injury as a result of the size of the implants and enhanced asymmetry of her breasts. She was unable to work and required remedial surgery.

"Corries made me feel I was important and not just 'another case'. The service was excellent for me, everything was dealt with in the most sympathetic, sensitive way."

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Receiving a cancer diagnosis is devastating; discovering that this diagnosis has been misdiagnosed or should have been made sooner is something that nobody should have to deal with.Medical Negligence Claims arising from the misdiagnosis of breast cancer

Although GP’s and hospitals generally provide an excellent standard of care, there are occasions where the opportunity to refer, diagnose and provide treatments are missed. These situations usually arise out of:

  • GP failure to refer a patient with symptoms of cancer to hospital for further investigations
  • Hospital failure to carry out appropriate investigations, follow up test results or interpret the results correctly

The consequences of this can mean that a patient’s cancer becomes more advanced, requires more invasive treatment (such as surgery) and ultimately result in a poorer long term prognosis.

In these instances, often the only course of action available is to instruct a specialist clinical and medical negligence solicitor to make a claim for compensation. Making a claim for compensation can ensure provisions are made financially and prevent the catastrophe from occurring to other women. Corries are one of the UKs leading clinical and medical negligence solicitors, all our initial advice is free of charge and we are often able to visit you at home. We are also able to offer ‘no win no fee’ funding options.

If you think that you or a loved one has suffered as a result of a misdiagnosis or delay in diagnosis of cancer, please contact our all female team of medical negligence solicitors on FreePhone 0800 881 5103 to discuss how we can help you.

Our experience of cases arising out of the delay or misdiagnosis of cancer includes:Breast cancer
  • Breast cancer
  • Bowel/Colorectal cancer
  • Gynaecological cancer – Cervical, Ovarian, vulval, vaginal and womb
  • Skin cancer

You may find the following websites helpful:

Eve Appeal

Macmillan

Some examples of recent Medical Negligence Claims

£37,000 Awarded - 47 year old woman

Following a delay in diagnosis of breast cancer. She alleged that although her prognosis and life expectancy were not specifically affected by the delay, she underwent avoidable treatment, and suffered arm-related problems that would not have occurred had the condition been diagnosed earlier.

£45,000 Awarded - 71 year old woman

Received in relation to an allegation that a hospital had failed to detect that she had breast cancer. Eight years later she was diagnosed and chose to undergo a mastectomy due to the period the cancer had been present.

£80,000 Awarded - 44 year old woman

Received after a hospital failed to diagnose her breast cancer when she was examined at a breast clinic. Approximately 10 months later, her condition was diagnosed and she subsequently underwent additional treatment including a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

£10,000 Awarded - 50 year old woman

Received for a hospital's failure to carry out a mammogram, leading to a delay in diagnosing breast cancer. She required a mastectomy and was later diagnosed with metastatic bone disease but the delay did not have a significant impact on her prognosis and life expectancy.

If a hospital has failed to diagnose breast cancer in you or a loved one call Corries dedicated female team of medical negligence solicitors today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103. We offer a No Win No Fee Medical Negligence claims service.

Latest updates

Please note: At present we are not taking instructions for PIP Cases. The PIP Litigation team at Corries 4 Women are keeping a close eye on the position in respect of the Group Litigation in the UK and France we will update our clients as soon as new information is available.  

Faulty Breast Implants

Corries Solicitors are acting for over 600 clients who have been fitted with faulty implants made by Poly Implant Prosthese. We have a dedicated all female team to deal with these cases. To date we have recovered in excess of £1.7M in compensation for our PIP implant clients.

Our Implant Specialists

Tracy Farman Tracey Riby Joanne Chesher
Our aim is to help those who through no fault of their own have been fitted with faulty breast implants, recover compensation for the considerable distress, worry and pain this has caused them

TRANSFERS FROM OTHER SOLICITORS

Clients who are unhappy with their existing solicitors transfer cases to us.

Overview

Poly Implant Prothese (P.I.P) was a French manufacturer that produced silicone gel filled breast implants. More than 30,000 patients in France have been advised that they should have their implants removed as they believe there is a risk they could rupture and leak into the bloodstream. P.I.P implants were also used in more than 50,000 British patients including up to 3,000 NHS patients who had reconstructive surgery following the removal of breast tumours.

On inspection French medical authorities found that implants made by the company since 2001 had been filled with a lower grade silicone composition differing from the European CE Mark approved gel they had originally used. The British Association of Plastic Surgeons says the implants are made from industrial silicone meant for use in mattresses rather than cosmetic procedures.

In March 2010 the French authorities alerted the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency) that they had ceased any distribution, export and use of the P.I.P gel implant. The MHRA immediately banned all use of P.I.P implants in the UK.

Symptoms if the implant has ruptured

Most patients will experience no signs or symptoms of a silicone breast implant rupture. However, some patients may experience the following;

  • Burning sensation, tingling, swelling, numbness or redness in the affected breast
  • Hard lumps surrounding the implant or in the armpit
  • A change in breast size or distortion
  • Softening or hardening of the breast

If the implant has not ruptured

It is certainly the case that it is easier to remove and replace an implant that has not ruptured than to deal with a situation where there is a rupture and fluid has leaked into the surrounding area and the bloodstream. Tim Goodacre, a member of the government commissioned panel investigating the PIP scandal has said that "even at a very low rupture rate, we would want to see most implants removed. There is a great deal of uncertainty and lack of knowledge about the extent of the problems".

Storage

If you are about to have your implants removed, we recommend that you ask the clinic to store them for you. It is important that they agree to store them and not destroy them as they maybe required for evidence in the future.

If you have already had the implants removed and the clinic has given them to you, they can be stored safely at room temperature. The clinic should have cleansed them before giving them to you, if you believe they have not been fully cleansed then you should take them back to the clinic as soon as possible.

How do I know if I have a P.I.P Implant?

Contact us and we will write to your surgeon or clinic requesting that they identify the manufacturer. It is our view that medical records should be provided without delay and without charge.

I have a P.I.P Implant what should I do?

If you think you have received a P.I.P implant you should contact your doctor as soon as possible.

The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has recommended that all women who have undergone breast implant surgery using P.I.P implants have an ultrasound scan to determine if there is any implant rupture or irregularities in the silicone.

If there are any signs of either rupture or weakening then both implants should be removed.

Legal position / Compensation

We believe the clinic responsible for fitting substandard implants is liable to pay compensation. Compensation may include the cost of removing the implant, replacement implants, the pain and suffering associated with removal, compensation for any additional scarring, loss of earnings, psychological damage and medical expenses.

What if the clinic I used is no longer in business?

Even if your clinic no longer exists, it may be possible to seek compensation from the insurance company who insured them at the time the surgery took place. We are maintaining a data base of clinics and their insurers.

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If you are worried you may have been fitted with a PIP implant, please contact us.

Fatal claims require particular sensitivity and compassion and special skills. At Corries we have an experienced team of women who understand the emotional and financial matters affecting families at this difficult time. All too often widows are left with the responsibility to deal with the family and financial issues after the death of their husband. Making a claim for compensation will obviously not be the first thing those loved ones think of but in many cases compensation will be essential for the family to carry on after the death.Fatal Claims Compensation

Funeral Expenses - Coroners Inquests – Probate - Compensation - Benefits - Property We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £15,000 - Widow

For the death of her husband following the failure to diagnose prostate cancer. The deceased suffered acute pain on the right hand side of his ribcage, sleepless nights, depression and weight loss during the five month delay in diagnosis.

Awarded £35,000 - Fiancée and Parents

The fiancée and parents of a deceased man who died aged 27, following an overdose administered whilst he was receiving medical treatment.

Awarded £135,000 – Widow aged 55

Following the death of her husband from organ failure after he underwent an operation to remove a rectal tumour and subsequently contracted peritonitis and systemic sepsis.

Awarded £75,000 – Widow aged 41

The claimant widow received £75,000 in relation to the failure to diagnose acute myeloid leukaemia which resulted in an intracerebral bleed causing the death of her husband.

Awarded £40,000 – Widow

The deceased's estate received £40,000 for his death from a cardiac arrest at age 44 following a hospital's failure to admit him with a head injury.

Awarded £100,000 – Partner

The claimant, a 54-year-old woman, received £100,000 on behalf of the estate of her partner. The deceased died following a delay in diagnosis of a cerebral haemorrhage. If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Undergoing surgery is difficult time for any patient, no matter how young or old, and can range from routine operations to those that are far more complicated and high risk. Patients deserve the very highest standard of care by the surgeons treating them. We have represented many victims of medical negligence against NHS Trusts and have dealt with several high value compensation settlements and complex claims where medical errors have caused cause death or serious disability.

If you feel you have suffered from surgical errors, our all female team will carefully consider your right to compensation. We understand that most claims are often very sensitive. We will handle the case in a sympathetic manner, listen carefully to what you want to achieve and provide you with the best legal advice to meet your specific needs.

We are able to provide immediate legal representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in the UK. We offer home and hospital visits for people who cannot attend our offices.

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £50,000 - Female age 45

Suffered left-sided facial paralysis following an operation. She experienced reduced hearing in her left ear and tinnitus and was unable to blink or close her left eye.

Awarded £200,000 – Female age 53

Following gall bladder surgery she sustained severe abdominal injuries and she was unable to return her former employment. She also required care and assistance in some aspects of her daily living.

Awarded £5,000 - Female age 34

Received £5,000 after a piece of guidewire was left in her neck following a procedure to insert a catheter into her neck vein at a hospital.

Awarded £45,000 - Female age 43

For the bladder injuries sustained during a vaginal hysterectomy. She subsequently developed a vesico-vaginal fistula, which went undiagnosed for four years. She suffered from ongoing incontinence.

Awarded £25,000 - Female age 31

For the bile duct injuries sustained during a gallbladder removal operation. She underwent bile duct reconstruction surgery that permanently scarred her abdomen. She also suffered an exacerbation of a pre-existing depressive disorder.

Awarded £95,000 – Female age 27

For the total hearing loss in her left ear suffered following a stapedectomy procedure to help a hearing condition. She suffered dizziness, frequent ear infections and more frequent and severe episodes of tinnitus.

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

The Accident and Emergency department is often the busiest in the hospital, with people coming and going at all hours. However, it does not matter how busy the hospital is, you are entitled to a high standard of care. If you’ve received an incorrect diagnosis or been given the wrong medication, you may be entitled to make a clinical negligence claim.

Our all female team understand the impact that medical negligence can have on your work and family life. We have a solid track record in winning compensation for women who have suffered injury as a result of failures in the Accident and Emergency department.Birth injury claims for the newborn

We act with compassion, empathy and understanding, please call our dedicated all female team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

Awarded £6,000 – Female age 71

For the Accident and Emergencies failure to diagnose and treat a fracture to her left knee following a fall. The fracture was not diagnosed for a period of approximately three weeks during which time the claimant was encouraged to mobilise. She suffered pain and at the time of settlement that pain was continuing and limited her ability to walk for more than ten minutes.

Awarded £13,000 - Female age 60

For the injury sustained after a hospital failed to correctly diagnose a scaphoid fracture.

Awarded £20,000 - Female age 54

For experiencing a delay of three weeks before her appendicitis was diagnosed and treated. She started to suffer from explosive diarrhoea due to the adhesions which had formed because she was allowed to develop a gangrenous, and subsequently perforated, appendix. There was a lifetime risk that she would develop an adhesive complete bowel obstruction.

Awarded £57,500 – Female age 86

Her left elbow fracture was overlooked by the defendant hospital for just over two-and-a-half months. If it had been identified when she initially attended, loss of position of the fracture would not have occurred and she would have made a good recovery within 24 weeks. Instead, she was left with a severely disabling elbow injury.

Awarded £6,324 - Female age 92

For medical negligence when a hospital discharged her with an undiagnosed fractured femur.

If you think you may have a claim call our expert team today on FREEPHONE 0800 881 5103.

If you think that you or a loved one has been suffered as a result of clinical or medical negligence, please contact us to see if we can help. Our telephone number is FreePhone 0800 881 5103. All our initial advice is free of charge and we are able to offer ‘no win no fee’ agreements.

Client Testimonials

£28,000 Awarded

Gloria Langton

“I don’t think I could have coped without you and your professionalism especially on the day of the final inquest which was particularly harrowing for me. Your kindness and patience towards my father whilst he was ill was also very much appreciated.  I have and will continue to recommend you to friends, colleagues and family for your services.”

 

£19,000 Awarded

Ms Meakin

“I am very happy that this claim is now finally settled and thank you so much for the service you provided. It was exemplary. And you have been most patient with my numerous phone calls.”

£118,000 Awarded

Ms F Johnson

“I would like to thank you for your kindness to my Mother Marion Harrison during the last months regarding the claim against the MOD due to Roy’s untimely passing. Roy was one of the finest men I have ever known. Mum has appreciated all your efforts and expertise on her behalf. Thank you.”

£90,000 Awarded

Mrs V Rogers

“On behalf of Adrian and myself I would like to thank you very much for your help and endeavours to reach this satisfactory outcome.”

£22,500 Awarded

Mrs Andrews, Hertfordshire.

“I am delighted to confirm receipt of our cheque concluding our case. Thank you so much for your support throughout the process. I have really appreciated your balanced guidance and sensitivity which gave me the confidence to pursue the claim. Hopefully we won’t need your services again but if we do we will certainly be in contact! So thank you again and wishing you every success in the future.”

£55,000 Awarded

Charles & Ann Parker, Bracknell.

“Ann and I want to thank you very much for all your hard work in the successful conclusion of my case. It has been a great pleasure, once again thank you for everything”

£1,024 Awarded

Pamela Tegg, Southampton.

“I thank you most sincerely for all the effort you put in on my behalf. I hope your employers are proud of the fact you work so efficiently and to such high standards.”

£9,000 Awarded

Keith Aston, Bristol.

“Thank you for the cheque for £9,000 in settlement of my claim. Fingers crossed there will not be any further accidents; however I would like to thank you for the professional manner you dealt with my accident claim. The most important part of a solicitors job is communication and I must thank you for the way you kept me updated on what was going on.”

£130,000 Awarded

June Abbott, York.

“Thank you for handling Peters claim and getting settlement.”

 

£20,000 Awarded

Anthony Richards, Hull.

“It was always nice talking to you. You were always there! And made me feel secure and important for the few moments.”

 

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