Miss N -v- Churchill and others

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Central London County Court 6TH December 2010 Miss N was advised by her solicitors to whom she was introduced to by a Claims Management Company (CMC) that they could no longer act for her as the CMC‘s director had been arrested for an allegation of fraud. She was advised to find another law firm to take over conduct of her …

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. …