Novum Law recognised in prestigious Chambers & Partners Guide 2024
The team at Novum Law are delighted to be once again recognised as one of the best personal injury law firms in the South West by the leading, independent legal...
Mr D from Bristol was heavily exposed to asbestos whilst employed by a company supplying and fitting wall and floor tiles to offices, factories and supermarkets. He had lifted up...Read more
Child D sustained a hypoxic birth injury as a result of a failure by the treating staff at the hospital to correctly interpret the CTG trace (which is used to...Read more
Mr P was riding his motorcycle when he was knocked off. Mr P sustained complex multiple injuries. There was an issue as to whether Mr P had suffered post-concussional syndrome or a...Read more
Mr J was working in a team collecting advertising signs to store them for the winter. Mr J and a colleague each sat on a pile of signs on the...Read more
Mr B was involved in a road traffic accident when he was only 17 years of age. He was a front seat passenger of a vehicle that veered onto the...Read more
Mr S suffered multiple injuries to both of his arms, legs and back as well as psychological damage. His mobility was significantly impaired and he had great difficulty in using...Read more
Mr and Mrs P were travelling on the A419 when the windscreen of their caravanette was shattered by a 5lb piece of Cotswold stone, which had been dislodged from the...Read more
Ben Ridd, a young Dorset man, suffered a severe brain injury after a devastating powerboat accident during a junior offshore competition organised by the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) in Portland...Read more
Mr A sustained life threatening injuries as a result of a road traffic accident when Mr A was just 22 years old. Mr A was driving to work when a...Read more
Mrs C of Taunton contracted mesothelioma through the washing of her stepfather’s overalls when she lived in Plymouth. Her stepfather worked at the Devonport Dockyard and also the Royal Naval...Read more
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