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“From the start he was very clear in setting out the issues, keeping me up-to-date with developments and patiently answering my questions. Despite the challenges in the particulars of my case, I was always confident that Jonathan would secure the very best outcome for me. I was proved right.”
Mr S.M
“Dear Jonathan, Thank you for all your hard work on my behalf. The main point of this claim was to prove misdiagnosis – which you have – obviously the money is very much appreciated! I do hope that I won’t need your services again, but I would gladly recommend your firm. Once again thank you for all your hard work, Yours sincerely, Mrs. GW”
Mrs G.W
“Dear Jonathan, Our dealings together in this case are now rapidly drawing to a close and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you personally for all your efforts in reaching this conclusion. I cannot tell you the relief I felt right at the beginning nearly 3 years ago, when you adopted this case and believed in me… Once again my deepest thanks… With my very best wishes.”
Mrs W
“Dear Jonathan, I think it is appropriate at this stage for me to express in writing my very sincere appreciation of the work you have done on T’s behalf. I am also personally grateful for the courtesy, patience and helpfulness you have shown me. It has been a great help in a situation where such deep feelings and sensitivities have been involved. I would like to repeat how delighted I was with the way the hearing went yesterday and the Judge’s comment confirmed emphatically what a good outcome you have achieved.”
Mr B
“I would like to express my thanks for the helpful and professional way you pursued this claim. I hope I don’t need your services again, but I would certainly recommend you to anyone else in a similar situation. Thank you once again.”
Mr T
“Dear Mr. Austen-Jones, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and advice over the past three years and for achieving a very satisfactory conclusion to my case for me. I certainly appreciated your efficient manner in arranging all my appointments and for keeping me so well informed of developments. I also found being able to telephone you direct to discuss matters very helpful, in this day of automated telephone services! With much gratitude and thanks.”
Mrs W
“I would like to take this chance to thank you once again, I am most grateful to you for all of your hard work on my behalf. You have turned what could have been for me an awkward and unpleasant situation into one that was in the end quite painless due to your efforts… Thank you once again.”
Mr F
“May I take the opportunity of thanking you personally for the manner in which you have handled my claim, keeping me absolutely up-to-date every step of the way… I am most grateful for your professionalism and the efficiency with which you have acted. Thank you.”
Mr M
“Thank you for your perseverance in my claim, your excellent advice and recommendations… Should I ever need your services again, I will not hesitate to use your firm.”
Mr V
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the time and effort you have spent on my case and for the excellent service I have received. The small details, such as immediate replies to letters etc. make dealing with these kind of situations much easier and therefore thank you once again.”
Mrs F
“I am writing to thank you for your expert help and advice. I have received the compensation and thought I should let you know that it has changed my life for the better already.”
Miss P

 

 

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    4th April 2019

    An Inquest is held when someone has died in certain specific circumstances. Inquests are only held when an investigation is necessary to establish the facts about what the cause of death was, usually when the person died suddenly or in circumstances that remain unexplained. For example, deaths that have occurred as a result of violence, due to unnatural means or as a result of sudden and unknown causes would all necessitate an Inquest taking place. Continue reading »

  • Teacher Injured By Pupil Wins £35,000

    27th March 2019

    Injuries sustained at work can have devastating consequences and victims should not delay in seeking specialist legal advice. In one case, a special needs teacher whose career was cut short after he was kicked in the knee by a pupil won substantial compensation. Continue reading »

  • Retired Factory Worker Succeeds In Hearing Loss Compensation Claim

    26th March 2019

    The effects of damage to hearing caused by industrial noise often take decades to become evident, but that does not deter specialist solicitors from seeking just compensation for victims. In a recent case, a retired factory worker won the right to damages more than 40 years after he was exposed to excessive workplace noise. Continue reading »

  • Is It Just Too Dangerous To Cycle In Brighton?

    20th March 2019

    At the time of writing, the UK is basking in unseasonably warm sunshine. Spring appears to have arrived early and with it, many of the outdoor activities that one associates with more temperate weather are making an early appearance. Whilst cycling is an all year-round activity and indeed a necessity for those who use it as their main method of getting around our towns and cities to commute to and from work, the number of people who choose to jump on their bikes increases considerably in the spring and summer months. Continue reading »

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  • The Government Considers Radical Cycling Awareness Campaign

    23rd November 2018

    A radical proposal for cycling awareness has been unveiled by the government. The plans include a series of measures to improve safety for vulnerable road users, and to encourage and support cycling. The aim is to reduce the significant number of serious and fatal accidents suffered by cyclists. Continue reading »