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July 2004

  • A Kenyan tribesman who lost his left forearm and the sight in his left eye when a piece of live ammunition exploded, received enough compensation to build a house for himself and to set up his own taxi business. 27 July 2004
  • A Sergeant Major with a long and promising career ahead of him had to have his right leg amputated because a trapped artery behind his knee was wrongly diagnosed. The soldier was represented by Henry Dyson, clinical negligence specialist at Leigh Day & Co. Solicitors 24 July 2004
  • A Kenyan boy, who was left blind and with facial disfigurement when a discarded bomb blew up nearby, has received substantial compensation for his injuries. He was part of a group action which won £4.5 million compensation from the MOD. 20 July 2004

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