Jill Greenfield and Jennifer Buchanan have successfully settled a case for Julian Fixon-Owoo. Julian was involved in a nasty road traffic accident. He was a front seat passenger in his cousin’s car. While driving home from Brighton, his cousin lost control of the vehicle and collided with a lamp-post.
Julian suffered significant injuries to his spleen, kidney, pelvis, jaw and teeth. Julian had originally instructed solicitors he found via a television advert. He was concerned that his case was not being properly investigated. Fieldfisher were instructed as a result of a personal recommendation. We were able to turn around Julian’s case within a very short period, obtaining relevant medical reports, witness statements from family and friends and other much needed evidence. This enabled us to negotiate a six-figure sum settlement and an increase of an offer made when Julian was with his previous solicitors.
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