Find out how Liddy's Solicitors helped people injured in accidents or as the result of clinical negligence to claim the compensation they were entitled to, and provided a quick and value for money conveyancing service to clients moving home or completing other property transactions.
The government announced its Queen’s Speech last Wednesday. Many expected the government’s legislative agenda to deal mainly with Brexit and the untangling of over 40 years’ worth of European Law from our own legal system.
In a recent case Liddy’s helped a woman from West Yorkshire claim £15,000 in damages after she tripped on a step outside a pub in the lake district.
A local resident was walking into a pub when she tripped on a poorly lit step. She instinctively put her hands out to cushion her fall landing on her wrists. The impact of the fall lead to her tearing ligaments in both her wrists.
Our client was driving on a narrow county road when another car was coming the other way. There was not enough room for both and there was a side on collision.
A man from Barnsley was admitted to hospital with water on the lungs, an enlarged spleen, fluid around the heart and weight loss.
There were numerous possible reasons for his symptoms, including Tuberculosis. Unfortunately, his samples were not originally tested for TB.
A man from West Yorkshire was caused serious injury to his hip when he fell while moving a damaged trolley at work.
Our conveyancing department was approached by a seller in April who had found themselves in a very unfortunate situation. Thankfully, and against the growing reputation of conveyancing solicitors, we managed to process her case extremely quickly, while adhering to our original fixed fee quote.
A Wakefield resident recently suffered a very serious injury when a two ton container door blew shut on his leg. These kinds of doors are supposed to have hydraulic rams fitted to them to slow the door down. Unfortunately in this case the ram was broken.
A woman from Barnsley slipped and fractured her ankle when she slipped on some slippery flagstones while working a part time job delivering newspapers. The home owner knew about the flags but never took steps to fix the issue.
Clinical negligence is also often called medical negligence. It is where a medical professional fails to use ‘reasonable skill and care’ when caring for a patient.
A while ago Pinderfields Hospital had to shut down due to poor standards of care.
A Wakefield man was hit by a speeding car whilst crossing the road on his way home from work. The force of the collision fractured his hip, meaning that he needed surgery and spent over a week in hospital.