No Win No Fee Compensation Claims
On the day of his accident Mr Burns required to climb down from the locomotive onto the track side because the vehicle he was attempting to remove would not start. There were no steps and no handrails and Mr Burn fell and fractured the bone in the top of his leg (the femur).
At first the employers refused to pay Mr Burns compensation because they said that they had done nothing wrong.
Thompsons instructed an expert report from an industrial engineer who specialised in the design of locomotive rolling stock to confirm the position. Thompsons research and the engineers report convinced the insurers to make payment to Mr Burns of £35,000 in compensation.