Car accident claim news
28/07/2010

Compensation sought for death of teenager

A car accident claim is being made by the mother of a teenager who was killed after disembarking from a school bus.

The Scottish girl was just 15-years-old when she was getting off a school bus in Aberdeenshire only to be hit and injured fatally by a Mercedes car which was overtaking the bus.

Since the accident, the girl's mother has campaigned to make it illegal for vehicles to overtake stationery school buses.

She explained that her motives for making the car accident claim had nothing to do with money. "I'm not trying to become some bitter parent. I just want the truth and I just want to see justice done. I feel I've never really received that," she said.

Adding, "They could pay out £25million as far as I'm concerned and it would make no difference no amount of money can bring back [my daughter]."

If successful, the car accident claim, raised by no win, no fee lawyers at the Court of Session in Edinburgh, could secure more than £300,000 in compensation.

 

 

 
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