Accident claim news - 02/03/2007

Solicitors could help man claim car accident compensation

A man who was left paralysed following a severe road traffic accident has made a £1 million car accident compensation claim.

The Norfolk man sustained devastating spinal injuries when the vehicle he was travelling in left the road and ploughed into a ditch in February 2004.

He was left paralysed by the car crash and could no longer carry out work as a labourer and doorman.

With such severe personal injuries and loss of earnings, he decided to contact a personal injury solicitor and made a car accident compensation claim against the driver of the vehicle.

The 29-year-old said, "The accident has destroyed my life. I exist, I breathe, but I don't live.

"There is no quality of life anymore, I can't do anything."

His personal injury solicitor said that following the crash the Norfolk man lost his fiancée and most of his friends.

He added, "Injuries of this nature have a totally devastating impact on people's lives and you simply can't begin to understand the effect they have."

The car accident compensation claim continues.






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