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K v Lloyd


Dates of case

Recovered damages of £2.38m on behalf of a newly qualified Clinical Psychologist who sustained serious injury to her dominant arm as a result of an RTA. Despite numerous surgical procedures she was left with significant on-going neuropathic pain and unpleasant cosmetic injuries.

She had only managed to return to work on a part time basis since the accident. The main dispute focused on predicting her likely career path but for the accident given its nascent stage at the time of the accident, her prospects of achieving Consultancy and whether she would have engaged in lucrative private practice. The claim settled at a JSM. Instructed by William Broadbent of Leigh Day Solicitors.

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Personal Injury
Costs & Litigation Funding
Clinical Negligence
ADR & Mediation
Collective Redress

Richard Wilkinson

Call 1992

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Personal Injury



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