Accident at Work
This case shows that you need expert solicitors who will properly investigate and fight your case even in very difficult cases. As long as we believe that you have a reasonable chance of success, we will not give up and we will take your case to court. Levenes will consider difficult cases which other lawyers may find too difficult to win.
Claimant settles for 500% more than the insurers first offer. A recent case settled by Levenes, illustrates the importance of considering the medical history of the Claimant carefully and also being tough in negotiations with insurers.
One of the most common types of work accident claim that Levenes deal with concerns the amputation of fingers when using machinery at work. Usually, these injuries occur because employers do not maintain dangerous machinery in a safe condition. Corners are cut- safety features are disabled- all in the name of speed of production and profit.
Levenes have been successful in agreeing settlement for their client who suffered horrific life changing injuries at work. This is a remarkable story of an inspirational beautiful young woman who suffered the loss of her scalp, her ears and thumb.
Levenes was instructed by Mr B, who worked as a self-employed lorry driver. Mr B had climbed onto the back of his lorry in order to assist in loading and arranging goods onto the vehicle. Suddenly he fell backwards from a height of approximately 4 feet striking his head and losing consciousness.
Levenes solicitors have secured a 7-figure settlement for a Claimant who was struck by a tree. The Claimant suffered multiple injuries including a head injury, psychological injuries and multiple fractures.
What seemed to be a good beginning to the year for a young father proved to be the disaster which changed his life forever. He suffered life-changing injuries on a building site changing his life forever. However, thanks to the help of Levenes he has now received thousands of pounds in compensation.
Factor worker’s hand caught in a mixer. This case study shows that even if it may seem that an employee was to blame for their injury, they can often still make a claim.
A case rejected by 2 previous law firms settles after Levenes solicitors became involved and obtained compensation for a fractured skull sustained at work
Levenes Solicitors have settled a claim for Mr ZT who suffered a head injury when he fell from a roof at work. Mr ZT was a shop assistant. In the height of summer, his employer expected him to climb on a roof in the back yard of the shop to cool down a defective refrigeration unit.