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Covid-19 update: Business as usual at Bolt Burdon Kemp

Bolt Burdon Kemp continues to remain very much open for business. We are passionate about achieving life-changing results for our clients, providing excellent client care and ensuring you receive the support you need.

We continue to progress our clients’ existing cases and support new clients with their cases.

All of our wonderful people are successfully working from home. We have re-opened our office so that those who need to work in the office are able to do so, in a socially distanced and safe manner. 

Our strategy of working in teams continues to ensure there is always someone for you to talk to. We are using telephone and video-conferencing very effectively. A number of multi-million pound cases have settled since the virus outbreak, using these facilities.

We are determined more than ever that the wheels of justice will keep on turning.

Contact us on 020 7288 4800 or info@boltburdonkemp.co.uk and one of our team will get in touch with you.

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Motorcycle Accident Victim Wins Case Against Insurer Over Personal Injury Compensation

A man who was involved in a motorcycle accident has won the right to keep his personal injury compensation after being accused of lying by an insurance company.

Mark Noble, 43, suffered extensive injuries after being knocked down in a road accident in Hampshire in September 2003. The other motorist, Mr Owens, involved admitted liability and Mr Noble was awarded £3.4 million in compensation in 2008 to help him to cope with his injuries, which left him virtually wheelchair-bound.In the months that followed, he taught himself to walk again for short periods and was able to drive occasionally. But during this period he was being watched by Mr Owens’ insurance company, Direct Line. In March 2009, the insurer accused him of lying about the extent of his injuries and the case went to appeal, causing his compensation to be frozen.Last week, however, a High Court judge rejected Direct Line’s allegations and confirmed that Mr Noble will receive the full amount of compensation originally awarded to him. The judge also praised him for his sheer determination in attempting to live as normal a life as possible.

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