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Legal Case Studies

Clients all over Bournemouth, Poole, Dorset and the UK depend on us for a wide range of legal services.

We help them with:

Moving House and residential leasehold law

Divorce and Family Law


Wills, probate, powers of attorney and care home funding


Personal injury and medical negligence


Disputes and litigation


Commercial Property


Commercial law, planning and debt recovery


Read how we have helped these clients...

Factory Worker's £550,000 Spinal Injury Claim Victory

Coles Miller medical negligence solicitors helped a 40-year-old factory worker to claim £550,000 in compensation after a botched spinal operation.

Mr A suffered permanent injuries after a surgeon operated on the wrong part of his spine and damaged a nerve.


Coles Miller's £250,000 Leg Amputation Compensation Claim Victory

Coles Miller Solicitors in Poole have helped a medical negligence victim to gain £250,000 compensation after part of her right leg had to be amputated.

The 59-year-old social club stewardess from Stockton-On-Tees sued her GP after he failed to diagnose her condition in time – even though her foot had already turned blue.


£175,000 Knee Injury Compensation Claim Victory

Coles Miller medical negligence solicitors have helped a scaffolding supervisor to gain £175,000 in compensation after his knee replacement operation went badly wrong.

The 49-year-old man needed surgery in February 2011 because he had a 20-year history of pain and stiffness in his left knee.


£200,000 Brain Injury Claim Victory For Coles Miller

An elderly Poole pedestrian who suffered serious brain and leg injuries after being hit by a car is to receive compensation in excess of £200,000 to fund his care.

He has already received £65,000 of the agreed settlement as an interim payment, along with an undertaking regarding future care costs.


Coles Miller Secures £825,000 Compensation For Cauda Equina Victims

Coles Miller medical negligence solicitors have secured compensation totalling £825,000 for two patients left with permanent disabling symptoms restricting mobility because of alleged failings by two GPs and two NHS Trusts.

Both victims suffered from the relatively rare condition of Cauda Equina Syndrome and sustained irreversible nerve damage because of alleged failures to diagnose the condition and treat them in time.


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