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personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack of Coles MillerVictims of accidents and medical negligence now have a new tool to help them calculate how much compensation they could claim using a ‘no win no fee’ agreement.

Coles Miller Solicitors have launched a new injury compensation calculator on their website. Its five simple steps take just minutes to complete.

Litigation executive Crispin Cormack of Coles Miller Solicitors, PooleDorset law firm Coles Miller held an online auction to raise £683 for children affected by brain injuries.

Staff are thanking all the local businesses which donated cash and auction lots to help them raise funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust.

Roger Leedham - Senior Partner, Coles Miller SolicitorsDorset Dockers rugby team will be scrumming down at Bournemouth 7s festival this Bank Holiday weekend (May 27-29) with help from Coles Miller Solicitors.

Coles Miller will be officially supporting the Dockers’ sevens shirt when they take on their rivals at Chapel Gate, East Parley.

personal injury litigation executive Crispin Cormack of Coles Miller Solicitors, Poole, DorsetColes Miller is backing Action for Brain Injury Week (May 9-15 2016) by promoting concussion awareness in grassroots and junior sport.

Brain injury solicitors at Coles Miller are urging schools and sports clubs to protect players by adopting concussion safety measures practised at elite level.

Personal injury executive Brian Parsons of Coles Miller, Poole, DorsetUK holidaymakers injured in accidents abroad could be missing out on compensation because they don’t know their rights under EU law, warn solicitors Coles Miller.

Victims can use the English courts to claim compensation for car crashes and other accidents in the European Economic Area (EEA).

brain injury solicitor Adrian Cormack of Coles Miller, PooleAn 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.

Medical negligence solicitor David Simpson of Coles Miller in PooleColes Miller has won a £15,000 legal victory on behalf of a 69-year-old hospital patient who said he suffered three years of pain and reduced shoulder movement following alleged medical negligence.

The patient from Grays, Essex needed surgery on his right shoulder following a fall at his home, it is alleged.

road accident lawyer Brian Parsons of Coles Miller in PoolePersonal injury lawyers at Coles Miller have helped a cycling accident victim to gain £105,000 in compensation after he was hit by a car.

Coles Miller was able to help the victim to claim damages successfully even though the three-year time limit on the claim had expired.

Cauda EquinaDavid Simpson - Partner, Coles MillerColes 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.

Coles Miller personal injury solicitor Adrian Cormack, a head and brain injury specialistPersonal injury solicitors at Coles Miller are supporting Road Safety Week which starts on Monday November 23 2015.

Lawyers are urging drivers to slow down - and cyclists and pedestrians to wear more reflective clothing - as the nights draw in and weather conditions deteriorate.

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Excellent, as a family we have dealt with you for years; that must speak for itself