Motorcycle accident claim news
30/10/2009

Compensation settlement needs negotiation

An Essex rider who suffered serious multiple injuries in a 2006 collision with a car is making a motorcycle accident claim for £250,000 injury compensation.

No-win no-fee lawyers representing the 62-year-old's motorcycle accident claim say that the car driver was negligent in failing to keep a proper look out for the motorbike and, as such, are claiming compensation for the injuries caused, which include damage to the rider's hamstring, hip, groin and left shoulder.

The claimant has endured several operations on his injuries and it is claimed that he will not be able to continue with his career as an electrician due to its reliance on heavy lifting and working from height.

The car driver's insurance company have already admitted liability for the motorcycle accident claim; however, the value of the claim remains disputed between the two parties.

 
 
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