Car accident news
24/11/2011

Policewoman claims for £500k following squad car crash

A former policewoman, who sustained serious personal injury when the squad car she was travelling in was involved in a road traffic accident, has launched a claim for car accident compensation.

The 34-year-old from Armagh in Northern Ireland was travelling in the front passenger seat of a police car when it collided with another vehicle on its way to an emergency call-out.

The woman, who had been working as a probationary constable in the Kent police force for less than a year, had to retire due to the extent of her personal injuries and move back to Armagh to live with her parents.

The ex-policewoman has since launched a claim for more than £500,000 in car accident compensation against the Kent police force, claiming that her life and career has been ruined as a result of the car crash. She now suffers with mental health issues and has experienced suicidal tendencies.

The Kent police force is disputing the amount of car accident compensation being claimed, arguing that the police officer's mental health was already vulnerable before the car crash took place.

 

 

 
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