Car accident news
06/01/2012

Manchester pedestrian compensated for road traffic accident

A man who was hit by a car that had mounted the kerb has been awarded road traffic accident compensation for the personal injuries he sustained.

The man had been waiting to cross Oxford Road in Manchester City Centre when a Ford Fiesta mounted the pavement and collided with him.

The pedestrian was knocked to the ground, causing him to suffer severe personal injury, and was taken to hospital where he remained in a coma for two weeks in intensive care. He was forced to spend a total of nine months in hospital to fully recover from the car accident.

As a result of the crash, the man has been left with permanent physical and neurological problems and requires 35 hours of care a week to help him live a normal life.

The man launched a claim for road traffic accident compensation against the insurers of the Ford Fiesta and has since been awarded a substantial settlement to help cover the cost of care and loss of earnings.

 

 

 
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