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N v A (1) Insurer (2)


Acted for the Claimant who suffered serious orthopaedic and urological injuries.  The primary dispute was whether C was able to continue working as a production operative in a car factory (albeit with ‘restricted worker’ status), or whether she was entitled to claim compensation on the basis of her re-training to become a nail technician and work from home to manage her symptoms. There were also significant disputes over the modes of treatment and likelihood of future surgeries. The case was settled at a JSM between the parties’ respective positions for £680,000.

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