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Eleanor Wright v C. McKissock


Dates of case

Acted for a young female graduate who suffered a significant foot injury. She faced an inevitable future of arthritis in the ankle and foot. The case centered upon whether she would be Ogden 7 disabled and given the nascent level of her career whether there would be an impact on her. A quirk was that she was also moving to the USA at the time of the accident and her career model was therefore somewhat unusual. Schedule pleaded at £470,500 and concluded at JSM. Settlement reached at £243,189

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Call 2002

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