Road traffic accident news
05/02/2009

Personal injury solicitor represents Apprentice contestant's compensation claim

Road traffic accident compensation is being sought by a 24-year-old man who suffered a broken leg as well as cuts and bruises when a lorry crashed into a wall in Balham, London, causing it to fall onto to him.

The 24-year-old, who is from Worthing and is familiar to BBC television audiences from his time as a contestant on Sir Alan Sugar's Apprentice TV series, is hoping that his road traffic accident claim will be settled for between £50,000 and £100,000.

The personal injury solicitor representing the 24-year-old's claim believes that these figures will represent a reasonable amount of compensation for lost earnings, medical expenses and damages caused by the road traffic accident.

It is thought that the incident caused the claimant, a trainee barrister, to be stuck under the brick wall and eventually led to him needing a series of operations in hospital.

 

 

 
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