Compensation news
06/07/2012

Man compensated after two motorbikes crash on B1057

A man has reportedly been awarded millions in road traffic accident compensation after suffering personal injuries when two motorbikes collided.

The injury victim had been riding his motorcycle along the B1057 in April 2007 when he crashed head-on into another biker travelling in the opposite direction.

The biker had been driving without insurance having only just bought the bike before the crash. Unfortunately he died at the scene of the accident.

The claimant suffered a serious brain injury in the accident as well as injuries to his leg. Due to the severity of his head injury he has been left with a personality disorder.

A court judge heard that although both riders were exceeding the speed limit, the accident took place on the claimant's side of the road, meaning that the other motorcyclist had been on the wrong side of the road when the crash took place.

The man is expected to receive a multi-million pound settlement in road traffic accident compensation, which will be paid by the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB).

 

 

 
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