Motorbike accident compensation news
19/10/2010

Claim sum all gone

It has been reported that the mother of the late public personality Jade Goody has managed to spend away her fortune and is now, like many others, relying on state benefits. Press report that she has spent in excess of £1 million; money secured as a result of newspaper exclusives and the £750,000 motorbike accident compensation she secured for injuries she sustained in a crash.

Speaking from her home in London, she told The Daily Star, "I had a motorbike accident. In the end I got three quarters of a million pounds for my accident.

"That just made life easier for me and Jade basically. It was really weird because me and her did not have a pint of milk in the house or a toilet roll. Then this big lump of money come. 

"I was so angry I screwed it up and threw it because we did not even have toilet roll and it takes nine days for the cheque to clear. There was no-one in the world we could borrow money from.

"We were just roasting for nine days then the first day we got the money, nutty mummy, we jumped on a plane and went to Nigeria for a year and then we went to Egypt and then we just never came back. We went everywhere.

"The money went everywhere, on clothes and a caravan and that was it. Every country but here."

However, the 52-year-old grandmother is philosophical about finding herself once again on the breadline and said she regrets nothing although she did not say whether, if she had the chance, she would be more prudent with the motorbike accident compensation she received from her personal injury claim.

Sometimes claimants will choose to hold their motorbike accident compensation in a special trust account to ensure that they are not tempted to spend imprudently.

 

 

 
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