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Personal Injury Case Studies
The personal injury team at JMW Solicitors regularly helps the victims of accidents that were not their fault claim the financial compensation they deserve for their injuries. Have a browse through our injury claim success stories to find out how we have helped other people claim compensation for injuries caused by another person’s negligence.
As a friendly and approachable law firm, we’ll also be happy to speak to you during an informal, no obligation initial consultation. Just call our injury claims department on 0800 054 6570 or complete the contact form to the right of this page and we will get back to you.
In August 2015 Mr K went on a package holiday with Expedia to Egypt and as a result of the food and drink consumed at the hotel he suffered salmonella poisoning which caused symptoms of gastric illness.
In July 2019 Mr N was on holiday in Poland. He was stopped at a traffic light when the defendant’s vehicle collided with the back of his vehicle. As a result of the accident he developed a soft tissue injury to his neck, upper back and shoulders.
Mrs M was awarded £4,687.50
Woman awarded £9,500 in compensation.
A woman who sustained a glass laceration and a fractured wrist after tripping over a dangerous section of unrepaired pavement contacted JMW Solicitors to launch a compensation claim. She was awarded £8,500 after a court hearing.
Secured £5,900 in compensation for cut foot.
Secured more than £10,000 in compensation for a back injury.
Mrs T was the passenger in a hire car during a holiday to Spain when the drive entered the opposite carriageway and caused a head on collision. Mrs T sustained multiple serious injuries including a wrist fracture and internal injuries which required emergency surgery.
Mr G was involved in a serious motorcycle accident when a van pulled out from a side road into Mr G’s path. He decided to make a claim with JMW Solicitors, where Jason Harwood, Partner, handled his case.
Mrs J was returning from a foreign holiday and, as she had difficulty walking, had requested assistance when getting on and off the aeroplane. On arriving at the airport, she was not assisted disembarking from the plane. She stumbled part-way down the stairs, jarring her back and shoulder, and hurting her leg.
Mr S was on a package holiday in Turkey with his family when he slipped and fell down stairs. Mr S fractured a bone in his wrist and damaged the cartilage, and decided to make a claim. He was put in touch with JMW Solicitors where our dedicated holiday team handled his claim.
Mr B, a cyclist, was knocked off his bike by another cyclist, causing him injury. He decided to make a claim and got in touch with JMW Solicitors.
Mr B, a postman, was knocked off his bike whilst travelling home. Mr B was cycling along a one way street when, as he came to the end of a junction, another cyclist emerged off the pavement and drove into him, knocking him off his bike. He decided to make a claim and got in touch with JMW Solicitors, who expertly handled his claim.
Mr F, a motorcyclist, was injured after a driver suddenly reversed into him whilst traffic was stationary. It caused Mr F’s motorcycle to shoot back, the petrol tank to hit him in the groin and the bike to fall over and land on top of him. He sustained soft tissue to his back, shoulders, legs, knees and scrotum, as well as suffering severe soft tissue injuries to his wrists. He decided to make a claim and got in touch with JMW Solicitors, where our road traffic collisions team handled his claim.
Mr W, a motorcyclist, was in the right hand lane of a roundabout when a driver changed lanes without warning and collided with him. Mr W suffered bruising and pain to his back, both hips, right shoulder, and a sprained wrist. He decided to make a claim and was put in touch with JMW Solicitors where Ayshea Hafeez-Ahmed handled his claim.
Ms S was proceeding around a roundabout on a Brompton bicycle, preparing to turn right. As she reached her exit and indicated left, a motorist did not see her, did not change their path and drove into her.
Ms V was in the cycle lane and was stationary at traffic lights, when a car approached from behind and pulled in to her right. As the traffic lights turned green, Ms V began to cycle ahead. However, the vehicle proceeded to turn left, without having previously indicated, colliding with Ms V and knocking her off her bike.
Mr P saw his wife knocked over outside the family home. As a result of the accident, she suffered debilitating injuries and Mr P found he was suffering from psychological symptoms as a result of the accident and subsequent effect his wife's injuries had on their lives.
Mr C, a salesman at a timber merchant's, suffered a slipped disc on two occasions whilst undertaking manual labour at his workplace.
Mr T was working as a lifeguard at his local leisure centre when a colleague hit him near his left eye with a rescue pole. He decided to make a claim and was put in touch with JMW Solicitors.
Ms D attended a Chinese herbalist and underwent "cupping" therapy. The procedure carried out incorrectly and left Ms D with extensive bruises and red marks, acute lower back pain, and pain and stiffness in her upper back.
Mrs P was a pedestrian crossing the road outside her home when she was knocked over by a driver. The accident caused Mrs P to suffer a severe brain injury which required intensive medical treatment and has left Mrs P with lifelong care requirements.
During some contract work for a maintenance and repair company, on site at a large steelworks, Mr B contracted Legionnaire’s Disease; the only one of 4,500 employees at the facility to do so. He decided to make a claim and contacted JMW Solicitors, where he dealt with Andrew Lilley, Head of Industrial Disease.
Mr D suffered a broken leg and loss of flesh after being thrown to the ground from an out of control golf buggy.
Mr B sustained burns to his right ankle and foot after a bottle of 70% sulphuric acid drain cleaner fell on him at his workplace.
Mr D, a cyclist, was riding his bike down a main road when a motorist in a stationary car opened the driver’s door of the parked car and hit Mr D’s hand and chest, throwing him off his bike and onto the ground.
Mstr D, a passenger in a car turning right into a side road, was tragically killed as the result of a car collision. His next of kin decided to pursue a claim for his injuries and was put in touch with JMW Solicitors LLP where Partner, Gordon Cartwright, handled the claim.
Mr G made a claim for severe injuries he had experienced as the result of a cycling accident. He was referred to JMW solicitors, where the Twisted Spokes team handled his case.
Mrs P, a support worker, was working with a service user at a facility for mentally disabled adults. She was attacked by a service user at the facility, who strangled her, causing damage to her vocal cords and exacerbated a pre-existing vocal condition.
Mr V injured his knee while working in a bar. He decided to make a claim to settle the case and was put in touch with JMW Solicitors.
Miss L slipped on ungritted ice while walking on the platform of her local railway station, causing multiple injuries to her right foot and back.
Ms C sustained damage to her right eye after attending a fireworks display at her local pub. Debris from one of the fireworks landed in her eye causing multiple injuries and permanent damage.
After another driver collided with the rear of her vehicle, Mrs C experienced neck and back problems, as well as anxiety issues. JMW helped her claim compensation.
Mr C received over £3,000 in compensation for his injuries following an accident in which his near side back quarter panel was hit by a truck
Mr A a design engineer injured his back when tidying up a storeroom - he had no manual handling training and was able to claim compensation
Miss J's foot was injured when trying on a pair of trainers - this stopped her competing in a marathon and she was able to claim compensation.