Accident compensation news
10/08/2010

Teen injured in motorbike crash

Accident compensation may be claimed for a 14-year-old boy injured following a road accident involving a car and a motorbike.

The teenager was riding as pillion passenger on the motorbike when it was in collision with a Ford Focus saloon on the A259 in Brighton.

The Burgess Hill boy suffered serious knee and wrist injuries and was taken to hospital with a serious shoulder injury.

The 43-year-old motorbike rider was also taken to hospital with a serious shoulder injury.

The 32-year-old driver of the car and his three passengers were unhurt in the accident.

Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses to the accident to come forward and contact them on 0846 60 70 999 quoting Serial 1720 of 9th August.

It has not been reported at this stage whether any accident compensation is likely to be sought.

 

 

 
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