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-----Original Message-----
From: Injury Compensation Experts <>
To: dpars4 <>
Sent: Mon, 11 Jan 2016 1:22
Subject: Injured in an accident? We can help

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  Success Stories
Received £133,000
Case Study:
Mr. C
Accident Type
Accident at work
25th Aug 2010
Mr.C had just cut some timber using an un-guarded hand-held saw provided by his employer. The rotary blade caught his sleeve and pulled his finger into its teeth. Mr.C suffered severe damage to ligaments and tendons in his hand and was in great pain for months after.
Received £6,000
Case Study:
Miss. K
Accident Type
2nd Sep 2010
Miss.K was driving her car when a van pulled out and crashed into the driverâ??s side of her vehicle. Miss.K experienced pains in her left leg, head, neck, back, shoulders and right arm almost immediately after the accident. The following day she went to hospital and was told that, among other injuries, she was suffering from whiplash.
Received £6,500
Case Study:
Mrs. P
Accident Type
Tripped in public
25th Aug 2010
Mrs.P was walking along a pavement when she tripped over a nasty pothole.
She landed heavily on her left shoulder.
The doctor confirmed she had fractured her left shoulder and that she would need an operation.
Because Mrs.P was self-employed she lost vital revenue as was unable to work.
Received £2,500
Case Study:
Mr. T
Accident Type
Road Accident
16th Sep 2010
Mr.T was injured in a car accident on the motorway. The car behind failed to stop and slammed into the back of his car. Mr.T was severely shocked and had excruciating pains in his head and neck.
The doctor stated that he was suffering from classic whiplash symptoms.
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