Leigh Day news 2022
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Any investigation into Crawley Town FC racist abuse allegations should look at John Yems’ career
Allegations of racist abuse involving Crawley Town FC manager John Yems should look at the coach’s work at other football clubs, says specialist abuse lawyer, Dino Nocivelli.
Fiido X folding e-bike recalled after reports of frames breaking in half
Electric bike manufacturer Fiido has issued a recall of its magnesium ‘X e-bike’ due to a flaw in the folding mechanism, creating the risk of the bike frames snapping.
Lawyers investigate reports that Barclays mortgage customers wrongly penalised for missed payments
Consumer lawyers at Leigh Day are investigating complaints reported by Barclays mortgage customers about apparent adverse credit entries logged on their credit files as a result of a banking system error.
Leigh Day teams shortlisted at the Manchester Legal Awards 2022
Law firm Leigh Day’s employment, personal injury and clinical negligence teams have been shortlisted for the Manchester Legal Awards 2022.
Inquest jury concludes lack of tactile paving contributed to death of blind man Cleveland Gervais, aged 53
An inquest jury has concluded that a lack of tactile paving caused or contributed to the death of Cleveland Gervais, aged 53, at Eden Park overground station in Croydon and that insufficient steps to confirm the power to the track was off caused an avoidable delay which also caused or contributed to his death.
High court ruling could pave the way for care home covid compensation claims
Human rights lawyers at law firm Leigh Day are investigating possible compensation claims for families who lost loved ones in care homes during the pandemic following a high court ruling earlier this week. It is thought that if such a claim were successful it could lead to one of the biggest group actions of its kind.
West Yorkshire builder’s family believe Artex may have been source of fatal asbestos exposure
The family of a former Kirklees builder Anthony Crabbe believe Artex may have been the source of asbestos exposure that led to his death from mesothelioma aged just 59 in 2021.
Wild Justice challenges Ofwat over discharge of untreated sewage into rivers
Campaigners Wild Justice are threatening Ofwat with legal action over its failure to ensure sewage treatment plants are fit for purpose.
Freedom from Torture challenges refugees-to-Rwanda policy
Freedom from Torture has launched a challenge to the government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda with a legal letter from Leigh Day human rights lawyers.
Woman secures compensation after brain tumour grows back
A woman from South London has received a six-figure sum following a delay in the diagnosis and treatment of a brain tumour.
Refugees Channel pushbacks policy halted after campaign by Freedom from Torture
The Home Office has abandoned its policy of turning back migrant boats in the English Channel following a campaign by human rights organisations.