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Accidents At Work

Workplace and industrial accidents are an everyday occurrence in this country, despite legislative attempts to ensure that employers take all necessary steps to ensure their employees' safety during the course of their work.

The types of injuries sustained in industrial accidents are numerous and varied. They range from the most minor injury involving bumps and bruises, to the more serious injuries involving broken bones or loss of limbs and indeed, catastrophic injuries which may result in either brain damage or a fatality.

If you have suffered an injury at work that was not your fault, you may have a claim for damages.

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Mr L received £2,100,000 after suffering cerebal palsy as a result of medical negligence. The first liability expert had advised there was no breach of duty of care, so the case was passed on to The Roland Partnership's eminent causation expert. The defendants vigorously denied liability and The Roland Partnership's expert said it was one of the most difficult cases he had dealt with. The claim was settled shortly before trial.

An eight year old boy received £1,500,000 through The Roland Partnership after receiving serious injuries whilst waiting at a bus stop. Two cars crashed into the bus stop, causing it to collapse onto him, leaving him with personality changes and weakness on one side.

Mrs M was knocked down by a car when crossing a road. She was partly responsible for the accident, having run out into the road without first checking it was safe to do so. Nevertheless, she received over £1,100,000 after representation by The Roland Partnership.