Accidents at Work
Matthew Jameson was only 15 years old when as a result of his employer’s negligence, he sustained a nasty laceration to his right hand...
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Accidents at Work
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Matthew Jameson was only 15 years old when as a result of his employer’s negligence, he sustained a nasty laceration to his right hand, which severed several tendons and left him with only partial use and sensation in two of his fingers. Matthew is right hand dominant and a keen musician. As a result of his injury, not only was he left with a permanent disability but he was also severely handicapped on the labour market. Any job demanding manual dexterity was no longer an option for him. He could no longer play the guitar to the level of expertise that he had been able to do before the accident and he was left feeling despondent and dejected.
Coodes, however, persuaded the third party insurers to fund a comprehensive rehabilitation programme for Mr Jameson, through which he underwent extensive physiotherapy and counselling. Matthew Jameson has now returned to college and is studying for A-levels. Coodes acted for Matthew and secured a settlement on his behalf of in excess of £100,000, which has been invested by the Court until Matthew reaches 18.
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