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Mobility in arm reduced by “frozen shoulder” £70,000

A failure on the part of a GP to treat a client’s “frozen shoulder”. She then went on to develop an infection after an injection had been administered inappropriately by her GP which left her with reduced mobility in her arm. She then approached us to issue a claim for clinical negligence. SJ Edney [...]

1st March 2004|

Multiple fractures in arm of RNLI Volunteer £55,000

An RNLI Volunteer who sustained an injury on a lifeboat whilst working in Cornwall, due to the carelessness of a fellow volunteer, leaving him with multiple fractures in his right arm. SJ Edney solicitors obtained £55,000 for this client in 2004 S. J. Edney are a small firm (out of choice) and we [...]

28th February 2004|

Minor injury required extensive hospital treatment £50,000

Our client sustained a very minor injury in an accident at work but because of a pre-existing medical condition, she required extensive hospital treatment. Unfortunately, she died not long after being discharged by the hospital for an unrelated reason. Her family instructed our firm to pursue a clai [...]

28th February 2004|

Soft tissue injury caused by an accident at work £250,000

A client who sustained a soft tissue injury in an accident at work, who unfortunately, went on to develop chronic pain syndrome. Her future work prospects were much diminished. SJ Edney solicitors obtained £250,000 for this client in 2004 S. J. Edney are a small firm (out of choice) and we believe [...]

28th February 2004|

Repetitive Strain Injury for keyboard operator £450,000

A Repetitive Strain Injury sustained by a client whilst she operated a keyboard when serving in the RAF. As a consequence, she was medically discharged. SJ Edney solicitors obtained £450,000 for this client in 2003 S. J. Edney are a small firm (out of choice) and we believe that the key to our suc [...]

28th February 2003|
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