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Thorneycroft Solicitors are delighted to announce a new business sponsorship agreement with superbike rider Christian Iddon.
Whilst health and safety in the workplace has improved dramatically over the past few decades, there are still thousands of cases of work-related illness and injury each year in England and Wales. As the issue is a continuing concern, our team have taken a look at the key facts and statistics surround work-related illness and injuries and have created an infographic to highlight the main issues. If you’ve suffered an injury at work or have become ill and the fault lies with your employer, we can help you make a claim for compensation. Learn more by clicking here.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors our specialist catastrophic injury team works closely with our clients, medical professionals and the negligent party involved in an accident to ensure that our clients get the support, treatment and damages they are due.
For many children and adults throughout the UK, there is no link between their cerebral palsy and the circumstances surrounding their birth. However, for others, cerebral palsy may have been avoidable had they not suffered a catastrophic injury as a result of clinical negligence.
Head and brain injuries can leave the victim with catastrophic injuries resulting in short-term and lifelong consequences.
Being a member firm of the Brain Injury Group and as one of the UK’s leading firms of solicitors specialising in catastrophic injury claims we have seen first hand, the devastating consequences road accidents can have on both victims and their loved ones.
A woman is making a catastrophic injury claim against a hospital after they amputated her leg following her admittance to hospital for treatment of her stubbed toe.