Car crash news
28/06/2012

Man receives compensation after being hit by a drink driver

A woman who crashed into an antiques shop before driving away with a man clinging to her bonnet has been forced to pay out car accident compensation to the injury victim.

The 46-year-old accident victim had attempted to stop the woman from driving after she had reversed into the shop. Realising that she was under the influence of alcohol and drugs he stood in front of the car but, instead of stopping, she drove into him, causing him to be launched onto the bonnet until he threw himself off after travelling 100 metres. She then continued to drive away.

The man suffered severe personal injuries in the accident, which took place in June 2010.

The 42-year-old woman pleaded guilty to charges of GBH, dangerous driving and failing to stop after an accident. She has been ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work with two years supervision and a three-month curfew. She has also been ordered to take an extended driving test following a two-year driving ban.

The injury victim, who suffered a broken shoulder, a laceration to his head and severe cuts and bruises, was awarded £750 in car accident compensation from the woman.

 

 

 
Home
Motorbike accident
Accident guides
Recovery store locator
Contact us
Search
 

Biker's Protection 365, Motorbike accident

 
Car accident online chat
 
 
Free legal advice
Name:
Email:
Telephone:
A brief description of
accident and injuries:

How did you find us?

Type the text into the field below:
United Kingdom residents only
 
 
Claims Standard Council

HomePrivacy | Personal injury news |  Sitemap | Articles | Resources

webmaster@wheelsatonce.com

*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.