R(SC) V FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL AND CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION AUTHORITY  UKUT 331 (AAC) The Applicant made a claim for compensation to the CICA for injuries sustained during a robbery on the 5th November 2005. Initially the claim was turned down on the grounds of non co-operation with the police, but on appeal the claim was allowed through on the 20th August 2009. Mr Peter Wade, a consultant in general trauma and orthopaedic surgery examined the Applicant in early 2010 and provided a report, in which he concluded that it was very unlikely that the loss of sensation in the left hand and the problems in the left shoulder, had led to the Applicant’s loss of his job and continuing incapacity to work. Full report here.
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