Spencers Solicitors acted on behalf of a client who had lost her husband following a tragic motorcycle accident in October 2011.
The accident occurred after our client's husband struck the a tipper lorry which was straddling across double white lines on the opposite side of a carriageway when performing a turn into a quarry entrance.
Our complex legal team were successful in recovering a total of £700,000 in compensation following the admission of liability and a reduction in settlement total to reflect an element of contributory negligence.
Spencers Solicitors acted for a 49-year-old man after he was severely injured in a road traffic accident.
Our client sustained serious injuries to his lumbar spine whilst been knocked unconscious at the wheel. Our client also encountered a number of brain and mental injuries following the accident. The accident has taken long term affects on our client.
Our complex injury team ensured that the injuries received the correct justice in compensation to suit our clients needs and expectations following the accident to account for any future losses and care requirements.
During the spring of 2008, Spencers Solicitors acted on behalf of a client who had lost her husband following a fatal road traffic collision involving a motorcycle.
Our complex legal team were able to ensure the admission of liability by the driver at fault, on the grounds that had had been negligent when leaving a side road.
Following the admission of liability, we were able to secure our client with a total of £1.2 million in compensation to cover any future loss of earnings and to help our clients family adapt from their devastating loss.
Spencers Solicitors acted for a 46-year-old man after he was severely injuried in an accident involving two heavy goods vehicles (HGV).
Our client sustained serious injuries to his leg, hip and back which required several years of treatment, surgery and medical procedures.
Our complex injury team ensured that his compensation award covered his injuries, long term care needs as well as future loss of earnings and home adaptations.
September 2012 saw Spencers help a client secure a total of £1.3 million in compensation after he suffered a serious head injury whilst working on a building site.
Following the accident our client had cognitive problems and anxiety. The whole right half of his body was affected, having very little function of his right arm and foot.
Our complex injury lawyers ensured his compensation covered his the injuries he sustained, his long term care needs and the financial impact on his family.
During the summer of 2013, we supported a 12-year-old boy in acquiring £48,000 in compensation after he was seriously injured whilst riding as a pillion passenger on his grandfather's motorcycle.
The child's injuries consisted of two thigh fractures and a fracture in his left arm. He also endured a serious level of psychological damage with sleep disturbances, travel anxiety and low self-esteem.
After a thorough investigation, our specialist team obtained compensation to cover his psychological and physical injuries as well as treatment needs.
In January 2013 we secured over £550,000 in compensation for a 38-year-old lady after she suffered permanent damage to her right shoulder in a serious car traffic accident.
Our client sustained damage to the nerves around her shoulder and was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). She also suffered from serious and persistent chronic pain in her neck, right arm and hand.
Our lawyers secured an admission of liability from the at fault driver very early in the case and interim payments were made to our client for his expenses. Court proceedings were subsequently issued however the case was settled out of court.
In November 2013 we secured £187,746 in compensation for a 40-year-old man after he was hit from his motorcycle when a car emerged from a side road into his path.
Our client sustained injuries to his right foot, ankle and right shoulder along with psychological injuries. As well as the ongoing and the degenerative changes would likely to also lead to premature arthritis.
Our lawyers were able to secure an admission of liability from the at fault driver very early in the case and interim payments were made to our client for his expenses. Legal proceedings were subsequently issued; however the case was ultimately settled out of court.