Road accident compensation news
02/08/2007

Mum's no win, no fee victory

The road accident compensation battle of one 29-year-old woman from Edinburgh, Scotland, has finally reached a victorious conclusion.

Her road accident compensation payout related to an incident which occurred in August of 2003. She broke her ankle and cut her head after falling down a hole in the road.

In a traumatic complication for the woman, she was nine months pregnant at the time. Fortunately, despite the worrying fall, her baby was unharmed.

In a post accident claim interview, she said, "My main concern was my bump. When I got to the hospital they checked the baby and it was fine. It was such a relief."

It was after her first bid for road accident compensation was rejected that she decided to employ a no win, no fee solicitor, who, in a judgement at Edinburgh Sheriff Court, successfully secured her 100% compensation.

The amount of road accident compensation paid out by the City Council is reported to be £3,500.

 

 

 
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