Motorbike accident injuries news
28/06/2011

Dad thanks lawyer and quits riding

A motorcyclist has won compensation for motorbike accident injuries he sustained in a collision on a road in North Wales.

The claimant, a 49-year-old lawyer from London, had only returned to riding four months before the crash and says that his motorbike accident injuries have made him "think again" about his decision to resume his love affair with two-wheeled motoring.

"I've got my family… to think about," said the claimant. He added that although he felt still felt confident in the saddle and that he "hadn't lost anything", he was too worried about the dangerous and careless actions of other road users to continue riding so would call it quits.

"My little girls need their dad," he said. "For three months following the accident, I couldn't chase them round or even take them into school and when I consider how bad it could have ended … I count myself lucky."

The 49-year-old former judo champion also thanked his personal injury solicitor for ensuring that his motorbike accident injuries compensation claim was settled with "minimum fuss".

The case was settled out of court for a five-figure sum, which included components for loss of earnings and medical expenses.

 

 

 
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