Car accident compensation news
02/05/2007

Compensation for girl in 'double tragedy'

A teenage girl has won £1.1 million in car accident compensation after suffering catastrophic injuries in a car crash.

The road accident happened in 1990 when the girl was only two. Her father was driving when the car crashed, causing her to be catapulted through the car windscreen. Tragically, the girl suffered extensive personal injuries including severe brain damage and the loss of her left eye.

In summing up at the High Court of London, the Justice of the Court termed it a 'double tragedy'.

The girl's UK compensation solicitors made the car accident compensation claim against her father's motor insurers.

 

 

 

 

 
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