Motorbike accident news
11/10/2010

Injured rider may make compensation claim

A man is his twenties is believed to have been seriously hurt in a motorbike accident on the A38 in Worcestershire.

He was thrown 10 metres from his motorcycle after it collided with a car at Kempsey.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said the motorbike was damaged in the area of its fuel tank and the paramedics believed the accident victim could have suffered a pelvic injury.

He was immobilised with a neck collar and spinal board then taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital for treatment. The motorcyclist also had a badly broken leg.

The injured rider may be able to make a claim for road accident compensation and wish to contact a personal injury solicitor if it is found that he was not at fault in the collision.

No one else was injured in the motorbike accident and police are appealing for witnesses to the vehicle crash.

 

 

 
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