05.02.19 – Our client, a 48-year-old man from Broadstairs, Kent, was suffering with a bony prominence on the top of his left foot, which had been present for some years and which caused him some discomfort when wearing his work … Continue reading
Fairweathers Solicitors LLP are a niche legal practice specialising in clinical negligence claims. Based in modern offices in Estuary View Business Park Whitstable, we have a 5 strong team of experienced solicitors working exclusively in this area of law. We … Continue reading
28th Jan’19 – A ‘crack’ team from Fairweathers Solicitors saw off 23 other local legal teams to win the coveted Stour Chambers annual charity quiz on Friday.We donated an overnight big cat safari experience for the evenings raffle. To date … Continue reading
18.01.19 – Our client, a 50-year-old woman from Ashford, Kent, underwent a laparoscopic oophorectomy (removal of ovary) at the William Harvey Hospital in June 2013.
The Haven Project, based in Whitstable, began in November 2016 and offers simple help and kindness to people sleeping rough in the town. People can receive a warm dry place to be, with hot drinks, snacks, a laundry and showers. … Continue reading
Wishing all our Clients, Experts, Counsel and Suppliers a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Fairweathers
13th Nov 2018 – Our client, a 59-year-old man from near Maidstone, Kent, lost his wife (D) in early 2014, when she was aged 55.
13th November 2018 – We were instructed by Mrs H, of Maidstone, to investigate a claim in clinical negligence, following the death of her husband J at Maidstone Hospital in January 2015.
8th Nov 2018 – Our Client, Ms S, from Ashford, Kent came to see us following surgery to remove exostoses (a protuberance of bone) in her right leg in September 2013.
28th Sept 2018 – Our client, a 46-year-old woman from Ashford, Kent, experienced the sudden onset of severe abdominal pain and sickness in the early hours of 31.08.03 and was taken to hospital by ambulance. Following some tests, she was … Continue reading