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Steven Hinchliffe

LORRY DRIVER AIRLIFTED TO HOSPITAL AFTER SUSTAINING HEAD INJURY RECEIVES SUBSTANTIAL COMPENSATION

By | Back, CLASS OF ACCIDENT, Contributory Negligence, g. £20,000 to £50,000, Head, HGV, INJURY CATEGORY, LEVEL OF DAMAGES, Spine, SUCCESSFUL CASES, Trucks and Trailers, Vertebrae

Our client was a HGV driver delivering a trailer loaded with large, heavy timber logs for his employer, which he had collected from another business.  When he arrived at his…

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DOES SHUNTER DRIVER INJURED DUE TO WORK EQUIPMENT FAILURE WIN COMPENSATION?

By | 1. ALL NEWS ITEMS, 3. NEWS "IN PRINT", LATEST NEWS, Lifting Accidents, Occupiers Liability, Trips and slips, Work accidents, Work equipment, Working at height

Published in Truckstop News May 2017. In this issue Steven Hinchliffe of the professional drivers’ “go to” Personal Injury specialists Hinchliffes Solicitors considers “THE OUTCOME FOR THE INJURED DRIVER” In…

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