Motorcycle accident claim news
12/02/2010

Claim for life-changing injuries

A motorcycle accident claim has been launched by the family of a 62-year-old man who suffered life-changing personal injury in a September 2009 motorbike-car crash near Leicester.

The injured man had been returning by motorbike from his place of employment when he was struck by a car that was turning right out of an intersection.

The 28-year-old driver of the car has already faced prosecution for the traffic accident, during which she received a £100 fine and the 12-month suspension of her driver's license.

Since this case, the injured man's family has announced that they have instructed a personal injury solicitor to commence a motorcycle accident claim.

The motorcycle accident claim will seek to recover 100 percent compensation for the man's injuries, which include a broken back, kidney failure, a broken collarbone and a broken shoulder blade. Even now, he is still in hospital. He has been told that he will never walk again.

 

 

 
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