Mr RS was cycling along a road, when a vehicle pulled out of a side road without giving way and collided with him.
Mr PS was involved in an accident at work. The circumstances of the accident were that Mr PS was specifically asked by his Team Leader to help him to lift and move a pallet full of boxes containing clothes from a roller on the floor.
Mr H* was visiting his girlfriend at her home when he was bitten by an Alsatian dog that had not been secured by its owner in the premises below her flat.
Tim Beasley, Managing Partner of Levenes Birmingham office, has secured a settlement of £5.25m for Mr DR, who suffered a serious spinal cord injury in a road accident in 2012. Mr DR was a passenger in a vehicle when the driver lost control. The vehicle rolled over and came to rest on its roof compressing the Claimants spine.
The client sustained an accident at work where a foreign metal jumped into his eye.
Mr P was working for a company specialising in repair and service of fork lift trucks. A fork lift truck arrived at the company premises and needed to be unloaded from the back of a lorry. As Mr P was inspecting the truck, a lorry driver reversed another fork lift truck and struck Mr P crushing him between the two trucks.
The Claimant was employed as a pizza delivery driver. When the Claimant was making a delivery on a motorbike, suddenly without any warning the Defendant pulled out from a side road making the Claimant to collide with his vehicle.
Mr Sean Morley* was working as a lorry driver delivery loads to a dual carriageway where construction work was going on at the side of the road. One lane of the dual carriageway had been coned off and Mr Morley had to drive down the slip road, on to the carriageway and then reverse back up the closed off lane.
The Claimant, an experienced HGV driver, was getting down from his trailer. He held onto a strap to keep his balance but it was badly worn out and he fell to the ground from a height of 2 metres.