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motorcycle accidentInjury solicitors at Coles Miller are backing a national campaign to reduce the number of road accidents caused by ‘tailgating’.

They are supporting Injury Prevention Day later this month (August 16 2017). 

Coles Miller Solicitors is mourning the passing of co-founder Arthur Cole who has died aged 94.
Mr Cole co-founded Coles Miller with his late brother Howard who started the firm in Poole town centre in 1954 after joining the legal profession in the 1920s.

Coles Miller Race For Life fundraisersRace for Life runners from leading Dorset law firm Coles Miller raised £1,359 for Cancer Research UK.

Coles Miller sponsored Bournemouth’s and Poole’s Race for Life events. Around 20 staff took part as runners, race marshals and volunteers.

medical negligence solicitor David Simpson - a Partner at Coles Miller, Poole, DorsetColes 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.

Adrian Cormack, head of the Personal Injury Department at Coles Miller Solicitors, PooleLeading personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack drove an accident and emergency nurse to A&E after she suffered an eye injury.

The nurse had suffered a burn to her left iris after a freak accident at her home in Poole. She was blowing out a candle in her garden gazebo and accidentally blew hot wax into her eye.

Ruth Elkins - Partner, Coles MillerLeading law firm Coles Miller is backing the battle against cancer by sponsoring the Race for Life in Bournemouth and Poole.

More than 6,500 runners are set to take part – making the local Race for Life one of the largest of its kind on the South coast. Organisers hope to raise more than £339,000.

brain injury solicitor Adrian Cormack, a Partner at Coles Miller, PooleVictims of life-changing brain injuries are facing new challenges as their carers grow old and need care themselves, warn serious injury solicitors Coles Miller.

Many brain injury victims are young, simply because they are more likely to survive severe accidents. So they tend to be cared for by their parents.

Solicitor Darren Francis of Coles Miller, PooleDorset law firm Coles Miller has collected 137kg of emergency food to help local families in need – double the 68kg it raised last year!

Items donated included pasta, tinned food, biscuits and sauces. Local foodbanks will distribute them using a voucher system. Social care professionals will pinpoint the families most in need.

Residential leasehold solicitor Matthew Lewis of Coles Miller, BournemouthFamily law solicitor Richard Perrins of Coles Miller, BroadstoneDorset law firm Coles Miller has increased its management team from 12 to 14 Partners in a series of promotions.

Solicitor Darren Francis of Coles Miller, PooleDorset law firm Coles Miller is urging residents and companies across the Bournemouth area to donate emergency food to help local families in need.

Three of Coles Miller’s offices (Poole, Bournemouth and Broadstone) are again being used as collection points to help local foodbanks.

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