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Case studies
Case Studies
Case Studies

Catastrophic injury case studies

EvF was a case involving a passenger on a motorcycle. ‘E’ suffered severe leg injuries as a result of being involved in a motorcycle accident.

Settlement figure: £270,000

Handled by: Lisa Smith - Barrister

Type of injury: Severe leg injuries

CvD was a case involving a motorcyclist who was injured by a third party. ‘C’ was overtaking when the third party turned right, across ‘C’s’ path. As a result, ‘C’ suffered a traumatic leg injury resulting in an amputation below the knee.

Settlement figure: £1 million

Handled by: Lisa Smith - Barrister

Type of injury: Amputation

AvB was a case involving a motorcyclist that was involved in a biking accident. As a result of the motorbike accident, ‘A’ suffered severe injuries and as a consequence, they had their leg amputated above the knee.

Settlement figure: £2.7 million

Handled by: Lisa Smith - Barrister

Type of injury: Amputation

GvH was a case involving a pedestrian who was injured whilst attempting to assist the driver of a vehicle who was involved in a separate road accident. ‘G’ was injured when a third party motorist failed to see ‘G’ and collided with them causing injuries resulting in a below the knee amputation and fractures to upper and lower limbs and facial fractures.

Settlement figure: £610,000

Handled by: Mark Belfield - Director

Type of injury: Serious fractures and amputation

EvF was a case involving a motorcyclist that was involved in a motorcycle accident after a third party motorist turned across their path. ‘E’ suffered extensive injuries including a head injury and multiple fractures to their right thigh, left lower leg, left hand, cervical and thoracic spine

Settlement figure: £196,700

Handled by: Mark Belfield - Director

Type of injury: Serious fractures and head injuries

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