Compensation news
14/05/2012

Insurers pay out £100k in compensation for fatal crash

The family of a man killed in a high-speed crash has been awarded a six-figure sum in road traffic accident compensation at London's High Court.

The 41-year-old from Whitfield, near Brackley, suffered fatal personal injuries after a Peugeot crashed into the side of his van in November 2007.

He had been crossing the southbound carriageway of the A43 near to his home when the crash took place. It was later revealed that the driver of the Peugeot had been driving in excess of 70mph.

Five years since the accident, his family has been awarded £100,000 in compensation to help provide for the victim's children.

Insurers of the other driver involved in the collision agreed to pay one third of the damages in an out-of-court settlement.

The court heard that the road traffic accident compensation would be divided equally between the two children.

 

 

 
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