Accident at Work
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.
Levenes successfully recovered compensation for a knee injury at work after the case was turned down by another firm of solicitors
Levenes represented a client who suffered a serious knee injury involving an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, when he fell from a trailer, which he was cleaning.
Levenes has recovered substantial damages for a victim of an accident at work at a construction site, who suffered a very serious injury to his thumb, which was almost amputated when using a defective circular saw.
Mr K worked in a factory producing synthetic garden components. His work involved using various harmful chemicals or working closely to his colleagues using the same as part of the production process.
A wood processing company and one if its directors have been fined and ordered to pay costs of over £500,000 at a hearing at Liverpool Crown Court, following a horrific accident causing life changing injuries to Levenes client.