Case

Armstrong v Hoylake Cottage Hospital (2014) – Liverpool County Court

2014

Practice Areas

Personal Injury

C was born with a congenital deformity of the right hand such that the index, ring and middle fingers of the right hand were absent. Throughout her life, C had understandably been left hand dominant. As a result of an accident on 31.05.09, C slipped and fell onto her left hand, sustaining a wrist fracture with some displacement, scapholunate ligament disruption, an aggravation of arthritis in the CMC joint of the thumb. C also alleged some CRPS and psychological sequelae.


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Peter Freeman

Peter Freeman
Year of Call: 1992