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Video: My pay has stopped since I am not fit for work. Can you get a payment to make ends meet? with Lucy Sherry

In any compensation claim, unfortunately, it is possible for the claiming individual’s pay to be stopped if they are deemed not to be fit for work. Thomson & Bancks Solicitors’ Head of Medical Negligence Lucy Sherry discusses what options are available for those in this situation.

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Lucy Sherry - Head of Medical Negligence

Lucy Sherry

Lucy Sherry, Solicitor-Advocate; Head of Medical Negligence specialises in medical negligence litigation, working with injured individuals and bereaved families to achieve compensation for adverse outcomes. Lucy has a passion for learning and sharing her knowledge, attending many hours of medical lectures each year to keep abreast of changes in treatments.

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