Car accident compensation news
24/05/2010

Teen wins claim for taxi crash

A teenager, who was seriously injured as a child in a road accident, has successfully made a pedestrian car accident claim.

The 18-year-old was hit by a car when she was eight years old in her home town of Kirkcaldy, when she walking home and struck by a taxi.

She suffered a fractured skull and brain damage which has left her with memory and emotional problems and cognitive difficulties.

The girl, who is now a mother to an eight-month-old son, had wanted to be a nurse but her injuries greatly affected her academic abilities and she was unable to get the necessary qualifications required to become a nurse.

The mother successfully made a car accident compensation claim which is thought to be a substantial amount, reflecting the severity of her injuries.

 

 

 
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