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Author wins poisoning damages

A recent report by the Daily Mail presented the case of an author who received almost fatal doses of toxins from a neighbouring factory, finally receiving a personal injury compensation sum of six figures.

Her story began with a shoe factory, claiming to be environmentally friendly traditional cordwainers, moving in to premises that backed on to her house. The traditional methods involved poisonous glue fumes, which drifted constantly into the author's house, yet the fight she details in the story of her compensation claim shows how difficult a personal injury case can be.

The piece ends with a list of advice for anyone who is considering making a personal injury compensation claim, from keeping a careful diary through to hiring a no win, no fee lawyer. It concludes with the encouragement to "take heart. It is possible. You can win."

Read more about this personal injury success story.


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