Katarzyna Ciesinska is a Paralegal in Levenes Personal Injury Department. She joined Levenes in September 2010 and deals with personal injury claims. She also provides various paralegal and administrative assistance to partners and solicitors.
She graduated from the University of Economic and Computer Science, Warsaw, Poland.
In her spare time, she enjoys fitness and travelling.
LH v Acar
Spinal cord and brain injury suffered by motorcyclist following collision with car that pulled in to his path
Motorcyclist was alleged to be speeding. Case won at trial on liability and later settled at joint settlement meeting. Settlement terms included the right to apply for further compensation if a serious deterioration in his condition occurs. Please click here for media coverage.
DE v MR Ltd
Spinal Cord Injury – Paraplegia
A worker at a rubbish recycling centre fell from height when a machine was switched on when he was undertaking maintenance on the machine. The Claimant suffered complete paraplegia as a result of a spinal cord injury. Please click here for media coverage.
Brain injury in single vehicle collision
Claimant suffering head injury affecting vision in one eye when the car he was in crashed. Please click here for media coverage.
CR v Grosvenor Group Limited
Life changing injuries compensation
Settlement for life changing injuries after Claimant was struck by a tree. 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.The tree in question was in a park near to where the Claimant was working. He took a break from work and was standing near to the tree when it fell on him. Please click here for media coverage in Evening Standard.
VR v Skyfire Insurance Company Ltd
Tragedy strikes on M20 as lorry overturns due to Defendant’s Negligence
The Claimant and his wife worked together as lorry drivers. The husband suffered psychological and physical injuries and his wife was killed as a result of a tragic road traffic collision when the Defendant, driving a Mini Cooper vehicle on the M20, Ashford, lost control of her vehicle. She travelled across 2 lanes and collided with our client’s vehicle. This caused our client’s vehicle to overturn. Our client’s wife suffered catastrophic bodily injury and died at the scene. Our client suffered physical and psychological injuries and their three children lost their a mother. Please click here, here and here for media coverage in Kent News.
QR v J. Reddington Ltd
Brazilian circus troop horrific crash with two members killed at A11
Our clients were part of a Circus Troop of 15 members. They were travelling through Europe and stationed at the time in the town of Great Yarmouth where they had been performing for the last 8 months. The accident happened when they were leaving England in order to fulfil a new contract in Italy and while travelling on the A11, near Cambridge, when their caravan was hit by a Van driver who was not paying attention. Two members of the troop passed away as a result of the accident and all the others sustained physical and psychological injuries. This accident caused terrible grief and trauma and although some of the performers were able to perform again, they never again performed as one troop. Please click here for media coverage in Norwich Evening News and here for other media coverage.
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