Children pursue road accident payout for bus crash

Three children who were involved in a bus crash in Scotland are pursuing a road accident payout after suffering serious personal injuries in October 2010.

The children were amongst fifty other pupils on a double-decker bus when the vehicle toppled over into field in poor weather conditions.

All three of the children were taken to hospital so that they could receive treatment for their injuries which included a broken collar bone, a broken shoulder bone, elbow lacerations, and internal bruising.

It has been reported that the pupils are seeking a compensation claim against the bus company from which the bus has been hired. The company has since decided to only allow single-decker buses down the same route. Pupils are also required to wear seatbelts and bus staff are informed of any severe weather warnings before a journey.

The amount that the pupil's are hoping to receive has not been disclosed, but it is thought that they are seeking a five-figure sum in the road accident payout.



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