Car accident claim news
07/06/2011

Biker seeks £300k compensation for injuries

A 55-year-old man has been seriously injured in a car accident in West Yorkshire.

The man had been riding a motorcycle when a car pulled out of a junction and collided with him in June 2008. The accident left him with various fractures as well as pelvic injury and a pulmonary embolism.

The motorcyclist, who works as a self-employed electrician, has launched a car accident compensation claim against the driver.

Papers issued to the High Court in Leeds have stated that the accident was caused by the negligence of the driver in the car.

It was also claimed that the extent of the injuries sustained by the claimant mean he cannot carry out the same duties as before which has affected his business.

The court papers also show that the car driver has admitted liability for the incident.

The biker has launched a car accident compensation claim for £300,000 in damages from the driver.

 

 

 
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