This website uses cookies to allow us to see how the site is used. The cookies cannot identify you.
If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with this. Find out more here

Close

Client stories

We deliver clear, practical legal advice that results in the best outcome for our clients' business or personal situation.

The case studies available in this section represent a few of the ways in which we have helped our clients. Our approach is always practical, realistic and commercially based.

Displaying results 1-10 of 333
  • Woman in minimally conscious state after trailer accident

    28/08/2015

    Our client, Miss G, suffered profound, life changing brain injuries after another driver’s trailer became detached from his car, colliding with her vehicle, leaving her in a minimally conscious state. Our personal injury lawyers have obtained a multimillion pound award to compensate her for her injuries and to pay for her on-going care.

    Read more

  • Young couple taking over the farming family business

    21/08/2015

    We have recently helped a young couple who have taken over the farming business set up many years ago by the husband’s family in East Sussex.

    Read more

  • Acting for growing restaurant chain, Sticks’ n ‘ Sushi

    20/08/2015

    Since January 2015 our commercial property team, (with input from our construction team), have been acting for restaurant chain, Sticks’ n’ Sushi UK Limited (SnS). SnS have a strong base of 9 restaurants in Denmark, and are moving steadily into the UK lucrative but highly competitive restaurant market.

    Read more

  • Sale of mineral operations

    17/08/2015

    We acted for a long established mining company in the sale to another mining company of an option to take a mineral lease of land with the benefit of planning consent to extract sand and gravel.

    Read more

  • Multiple fractures after slip on Iceland supermarket floor

    29/07/2015

    Our client, Mrs R, sustained fractures to her right shoulder and hip, as well as wedge compression fractures to her spine after she slipped on the remains of a sweet which had been left on the floor at an Iceland supermarket.

    Read more

  • Index finger amputated following negligent treatment

    17/07/2015

    Jonathan Herbert, specialist clinical negligence lawyer based at Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Tunbridge Wells and Dartford (Thames Gateway) offices, has secured £33,000 for a client who ended up having an index finger amputated following a failure to prescribe antibiotics in accordance with the hospital’s own guidelines combined with failures to diagnose infection.

    Read more

  • Delayed diagnosis of connective tissue disease & pneumonia

    17/07/2015

    Jonathan Herbert, specialist clinical negligence lawyer based at Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Tunbridge Wells and Dartford (Thames Gateway) offices, has secured a six-figure sum for a lady after a delay in diagnosing undifferentiated connective tissue disorder and interstitial pneumonia led to a serious avoidable deterioration in her health.

    Read more

  • Acting for a large salad and cereals producer

    13/07/2015

    Our employment team have been acting for a large salad and cereals producer since February 2015.

    Read more

  • Acting for a well known cheese manufacturer

    10/07/2015

    Our employment team have acted for a well known cheese manufacture since January 2015.

    Read more

  • Death following inadequate hernia repair surgery

    10/07/2015

    Patricia Fearnley, specialist clinical negligence lawyer based at Thomson Snell & Passmore’s Tunbridge Wells and Dartford (Thames Gateway) offices, has secured £90,000 for the widow of a woman who died following a hernia repair operation undertaken with inappropriate equipment.

    Read more