Case Studies

Kirsten Morrison

Another Low Speed Impact success for NewLaw Scotland

NewLaw Scotland has been successful once again in another Low Speed Impact case. This case involved our client Mr Y, and a taxi driver who collided with the rear of his stationary vehicle.

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Kirsten Morrison

Success in Low Speed Impact Accident case

NewLaw Scotland's client is successful with low speed impact accident.

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Rosie Hutton

Client Awarded £1,300 by another ‘Never Event’

M v Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals

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Bryony Steele

Client awarded compensation for retained stitch following surgery

Warrington & Halton NHS Foundation Trust awarded our client £10k for negligence

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David Stafford

Client awarded £15,000 for inadequate shoe adaptations

Orthotics corrected and orthopaedic condition improved

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Bryony Steele

Radiographer causes fracture in clients ankle

Our client, Mr L from Devon had a relevant history of rheumatoid arthritis, which was well controlled and Mr L was under the care of a Rheumatologist.

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Damien Burns

Christmas rules at Work

Whilst it is the season to be jolly, make sure that this Christmas you are only facing a hangover the following day and not disciplinary action from your office party.

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Kelly Chaytor

Making a Claim for a Horse Riding Accident

Horse riding is a popular and enjoyable activity for many people, both professionally and recreationally. However, it does not come without risks.

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Hilton Obery

Life changes after a motorcycle accident for adrenalin junkie

Bionic prosthetics - not a science fiction dream for the future, but are being used today.

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Motorcycle accident resulted in foot amputation

Client praises NewLaw for customer service

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Compensation awarded for supermarket slip

Mrs S was shopping in a large supermarket when she slipped on a grape that had been left on the floor. She sustained soft tissue injuries to her lower back, leg and groin area as a result of the fall.

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Keeping pot hole injuries hush

A 34 year old female client suffered from grazes, a swollen ankle and a damaged knee cartilage. Our client Mrs T often visited family at their home, however on this one occasion, our client stepped out of the car onto her parent’s residential street to find her right foot was suddenly in a deep pothole.

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Mark Gaylor

£250k damages awarded for motor bike accident

The building’s manager was riding his bike when he hit the car on the front and he was thrown into the hedge at the side of the road.

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Lynsey Coleman

It’s not just speed that can injure you in a motor accident

A Birmingham-based data collection agent is awarded £25k for a rear-end shunt, whilst stationary at a junction, which caused considerable damage to his upper back.

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Policing the wrong way

What do you do when the police drive up the wrong way towards you on a public road?

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Leanne Khan

A manual operator from London has been awarded £45,000 compensation for a motorcycle accident

The motorcyclist was travelling around a roundabout, when a car collided with his left hand side resulting in a terrible crash, which caused a dislocated fracture to his ankle, requiring extensive surgery involving plates and pins to reconstruct his ankle. In addition to the physical impact, this accident caused emotional distress and anxiety.

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