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BrainBrain injuries don’t just affect the victim but also their family, friends, colleagues and many other relationships, warn Coles Miller Solicitors.

Coles Miller is supporting Action for Brain Injury Week (May 14-20 2018), which is organised by the charity Headway.

Road Accident Broken Ankle - Featured ImageEven some low speed road accidents can still leave victims with devastating injuries, warn personal injury solicitors Coles Miller.

Driving at low speed is vital in reducing the probability of road accidents and their impact when they do occur. Speed Down Saves Lives is the theme of Road Safety Week (20-26 November 2017).

Care PatientSolicitors at Coles Miller are urging care homes to provide staff with better training and more hoists to help them avoid injury when they lift patients.

Coles Miller’s personal injury lawyers are seeing more compensation claims from care workers who have suffered back and hip injuries.

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). 

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.

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.

amputation claims solicitor David Simpson, a Partner at Coles Miller in Poole, DorsetColes 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.

Personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack, a Partner at Coles Miller Solicitors LLP, Poole, DorsetPersonal injury solicitors at Coles Miller are officially pledging their support for Road Safety Week (November 21-27 2016) after a spate of fatal accidents this month on Dorset roads.

Road Safety Week is the biggest event of its kind in Britain. It is organised by the charity Brake.

Medical negligence solicitor David Simpson a Partner at Coles Miller, PooleColes 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.


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