McHale & Co. Solicitors Case Studies

Points Reduction – Licence Saved!

Roberto Lavorini recently took on the case of a client who had been convicted in his absence for three offences of failing to provide driver details.

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Personal Injury – Case Study

Malcolm Horner, ably assisted by Wojtek Gorski, recently settled a personal injury claim after a serious road accident had left a young girl severely injured with permanent problems with her gait.

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Personal Injury Claim Awarded £150,000

Liz Hoskin was successful with a personal injury claim regarding an articulated lorry that caused a major collision involving multiple cars, one of which collided into our client’s motorbike, causing a catalogue of severe injuries.

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Clinical Negligence - Case Study

Adam Horner was instructed to claim damages for clinical negligence after the NHS failed to identify and adequately treat a fractured thumb, which caused ongoing problems for our client.

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Criminal Defence – Case Study

Roberto Lavorini recently served a client who was accused of a serious crime having never previously been questioned by the police and had arranged to see the police the following afternoon.

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Local Council Planning Order Case Discontinued

Roberto Lavorini was instructed by a client who had been prosecuted by her local Council for breaching a planning order. Having never before been prosecuted, she was both unfamiliar with and fearful of the processes involved.

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Debt Defence Case Study

Paul Fitton was tasked with acting for a local company in Altrincham, who had a winding-up petition presented at Court against them, which would have resulted in the businesses’ liquidation.

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Civil Litigation Dispute Success

Adam Cohen was recently successful in winning a court case between a separated couple regarding the custody of a dog.

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Interest Rate Hedging Product Claim Success

Paul Fitton has recently settled four cases regarding Interest Rate Hedging Products, mis-sold to his clients, for substantial sums.

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P v Ministry of Defence

The claimant was serving in the army in Northern Ireland. He got up early to go to the bathroom, went to turn on a light, as would normally happen but on this occasion it failed to light up and he stumbled in the dark sustaining injury which has left him with permanent problems.

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