Motorcycle accident compensation news
13/07/2010

Payout for IT worker

A six-figure sum of motorcycle accident compensation has been awarded to a man from Swindon who suffered multiple and life-changing injuries in a July 2006 road traffic incident.

The 33-year-old had been riding his motorbike to his workplace when, as a result of the actions of a lorry driver, he had to swerve across the road, right into the path of an oncoming Vauxhall.

As a result of the crash, the IT worker suffered a minor brain injury, nerve damage, multiple fractures and soft tissue injuries.

He shed light on some of the reasons why he sought motorcycle accident compensation, saying, "I'm permanently in pain and I'm on morphine pouches all the time. It never gets rid of the pain but means I can have some kind of a life.

However, now that he has been awarded £650,000 motorcycle accident compensation, which includes a large component for loss of earnings, the Wiltshire man will now be able to buy a property that is better suited to his needs.

His no-win no-fee lawyer commented, "The accident was a devastating and life–changing event."

 

 

 
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