Serious Injury Case Studies

JMW has won vital compensation for numerous people and their families claim compensation for serious injuries sustained in accidents or as a result of medical negligence. Read some of their stories to find out how we helped them.

Bill had a leg amputated after appalling hospital errors. His case was taken on by the specialist medical negligence solicitors at JMW who secured him £500,000 in compensation to help him to cope with the financial toll of his disability.

Arnold suffered a devastating amputation because a doctor failed to diagnose a dangerous blood clot. The serious injury solicitors at JMW obtained him £340,000 in compensation.

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 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.

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.

Dr N, a Doctor and Professor working in the chemical industry, was diagnosed with mesothelioma after he developed breathing problems which led to pleural pneumonia and ultimately, mesothelioma.

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.

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, a retired aircraft engineer, was diagnosed with Mesothelioma and was advised to contact JMW Solicitors, who took on his case.

Following 2 years of pain in her legs and frequent falls Jackie was seen in the orthopaedic clinic at her local hospital. She was referred to a specialist neurology unit a month later. She was admitted for a EMG (electromyography) study of the legs which showed abnormal features suggestive of denervation atrophy.

LT was found on Saturday morning by his mother having fallen out of bend in a semi-conscious state, having apparently suffered from the effects of a seizure. He was taken to hospital via ambulance.

Claire had a normal pregnancy until 37 weeks when it was noted that she had raised blood pressure and a trace of protein in her urine. When Claire was 4 days over due, she was seen by a midwife at home who noted that her blood pressure was still high.

Colin was taken to his local hospital when he began to experience a sudden severe pain in the head, immediately followed by vomiting. He was transferred straight away to a larger centre for a CT scan, as a sub-arachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) was suspected.

When Phil was 49 years old he was referred to North Manchester General Hospital by his GP for investigation into problems he was having with deafness and balance.

Claire was born with a congenital heart abnormality in which the left coronary artery originated from the pulmonary artery rather than the aorta - in other words on the wrong side of the heart. When Claire was nearly one year old she underwent corrective open heart surgery.

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