Levenes have secured a six figure settlement for a grandmother who was hit by a car as she was crossing the road with her grandson. She was crossing a pelican crossing and had a green light in her favour when the driver of a car came at speed, ignored the red light and struck Mrs GJ and her grandson.
Levenes Solicitors were successful in a personal injury claim for motorcyclist, Enrique Leon Hernandez, in the High Court following a 3 day trial in January 2019. Mr Hernandez suffered a spinal cord injury as a result of the collision.
Levenes Solicitors win compensation for a mother and her autistic son who were both injured in a road traffic accident. Levenes took the claims and secured compensation totalling £13,300 for the injuries sustained in both claims.
Levenes Wins Settlement in a Self-employed construction accident. The client fell from a scaffolding tower, shattering his ankle.
On 27th April Isidoro Bonilla, Senior Solicitor and Abogado in Levenes specialised in Foreign Claims was invited to Malaga to talk about Accidents at Work in the English Jurisdiction.
On Monday 21st May 2018, some members of Levenes’ staff walked 10km with the Lord Chief Justice and thousands of lawyers to raise funds for the London Legal Support Trust which funds Law Centres and pro bono agencies in and around London.
Isidoro Bonilla, a senior Solicitor/Abogado at Levenes who specialises in Foreign Claims, spoke at the Young Lawyers Group Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL YLG) in Prague on 23 March 2018. He spoke jointly with Rebeca Martinez from BCV Lex, also dual qualified French and Spanish lawyer, about making the most of the non-legal and additional skills.
Daniel Edwards is pinning his hopes of walking again on a set of robotic legs. The 25-year-old football-playing motorcycle enthusiast is paralysed from the waist down after an accident at work three days before Christmas in 2016. He was working for Mercian Recycling Limited in Birmingham when a fall resulted in a crushed vertebra that has left him paraplegic.
It was recently announced that Operation Close Pass, the award-winning initiative started by enlightened officers of the West Midlands Police, and taken up by a number of forces across the country, was not appropriate for Cambridge.