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  1. Hi All just to say that this never went to court as Currys settled a week before the case date. I agreed £1000.00 and received a cheque a few within a few days. I made direct contact with their solicitor for my case and he was very reasonable and understood the frustrations I had experienced. He knew they never had a case so it was a win-win outcome.
  2. Thanks both. I do not have 'evidence' as it was verbal only. Perhaps the SoGA might add to my case but I had not thought of this and don't really know how it might apply to me... can u advise? The store manager was a saga in itself! I went to local store when this started and the manager told me I had to obtain an independant engineers report to detail the actual problem and then head office would consider if they would look at it. I pointed out this had not been mentioned to me when I purchased the tv as being a requirement. I also told him that I could not get through to Currys on any o
  3. My Daughter had a day case operation which then caused symptoms and actions very similar to your own experience. She finished up having an emergency operation for peretonitis after having been sent home, excruciating pains etc and told nothing wrong. As already pointed out, the hardest part is obtaining 'hard evidence' and proving that it was actually negligence on the part of the NHS. Providing you give all the details to a 'reputable' solicitors practice they will advise you of likely chance of success and if positive they will offer to take the case on. Our case was settled out o
  4. I used company name, recommended by a friend, who took details from me over the phone in about 10 minutes. I never went to see them and never heard anything else for about 3 months. They then phoned me to tell me they had got me £4k, cost 25%, which I already knew would be the case. In fact I had cashed in my endowment (Woolwich) some 4-5 years previously so thought I never had a chance. Lucky I had kept paperwork. I was very impressed, especially when I would not have been surprised if I never got anything back.
  5. Hi, I am writing this mainly for others as you have probably resolved your situation by now. I was involved in a 4 year legal claim, luckily via my Trade Union, against my employers for stress etc. During this time I had a number of 'psychiatric' medicals. This culminated with my former employers legal team employing their Expert, whose is a Professor at the leading UK's psychiatric hospital. His report was totally biased against me and in effect, in part, totally untrue and unjustifiable. I countered most of his comments which put me in a poor light with hard 'evidence. It became ap
  6. I purchased a large screen tv 15 months ago from Currys, the electrical retailer. I did not want their extended warranty agreement (rip-off) but obtained absolute assurance that if it went wrong after guarantee period then they would come to my house and do a chargeable repair. They now say they have stopped doing home repairs and I must send it back to them (they in fact collect it for £100). They then assess the repair and then give you a cost of repair. This whole process would mean my tv will be away for between 2 - 6 weeks. (It is actually working in part so watchable on limited chan
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