Passenger injury compensation news
24/04/2009
High Court car crash claim writ served

A man from the Midlands is seeking passenger injury compensation for a 2006 car accident in which his friend was driving.

The 21-year-old was a front seat passenger on the day of the car accident and sustained serious injuries. Three other young men, all rear seat passengers, sustained fatal injuries in the incident. The group of five friends had been travelling to Nottingham to attend an Arctic Monkeys concert.

Personal injury solicitors representing the passenger injury compensation claimant, an apprentice carpenter, are hoping to secure him a settlement of at least £250,000, including £100,000 to account for loss of earnings.

The car crash writ served by the claimant's legal team alleges that the defendant was negligent in driving too fast down a dimly lit and unfamiliar road, as well as a series of other offences.

Unless an out-of-court settlement can be reached it is expected that the passenger injury compensation claim will go all the way to the High Court.

 

 

 
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