Sperring –v- Lyons

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Sperring –v- Lyons   MOTORCYCLIST AWARDED £10,764.00 DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURY AND FINANCIAL LOSSES AS A RESULT OF A ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT.   We recently settled a personal injury claim for a client in the amount of £10,764.00 following a road traffic accident in September 2008. This is the perfect example of a personal injury case that we as a …

L.A – v – Insurers and MIB

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L.A – v – Insurers and MIB L.A (our client) had known the firm for sometime, but in fact was referred by his Before the Event Insurers (BEI) to a firm of solicitors in the North.  For over a year and a half, his panel solicitors were acting for him and were recommending that he should accept an offer that …

SB – v- Road traffic Act Insurer

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SB – v- Road traffic Act Insurer Manchester County Court   Mr S.B was sent to us as he was a passenger in a car and his then solicitors were also acting for his driver.  This was considered to be a conflict of interest and hence our involvement. Upon receiving his file from his former solicitors, we:   Reviewed his …

Hafezis-1 Insurance Solicitors -0

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Day One Month Eleven On the 1 November 2010 we had a claimant action in the Manchester County Court. We were referred by a fellow legal firm to act for a passenger claimant (Mr. B.). They were acting for the driver and there was a conflict of interest. We took over the action and issued proceedings in the Bolton County Court. …

R.C – v – Road traffic act Insurer and other

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Case summary R.C – v – Road traffic act Insurer and other Manchester County Court Mr R.C was abandoned by his solicitors.  He was referred to them by a claims management company, to whom he had gone following the accident.  He was attracted by the idea of a Courtesy Car and what on paper appear to be no costs to …