Car accident claim news
19/09/2008

NHS Trust to defend teenager's personal injury claim

A teenaged girl who suffered severe head injuries when her car was hit by an ambulance on an emergency call has launched a High Court car accident claim.

17-years-old at the time of the accident, the Hampshire-based girl suffered post-traumatic amnesia and was hospitalised for six months.

Her car accident claim writ also details how she now suffers from impaired motor coordination of her upper limbs, facial scarring, speech problems and significantly impaired eyesight.

The personal injury solicitor who is representing the girl's car accident claim against South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust has asked for the case to be put back from its original hearing of March 2009. It is now expected to be held in June of the same year. The trust denies liability.

 

 

 
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