Car crash payout news
14/10/2010

£1.9 million for teacher's head injury

A former secondary school educational professional has been awarded a seven-figure sum car crash payout for the injuries he sustained in a road accident he was involved in when returning from an Alpine school skiing holiday.

The claimant, who lives near Telford in Shropshire, suffered serious head injuries in the 2007 collision.

He had been travelling with a group comprised of parents, pupils and fellow teachers when their vehicle skidded on the icy road.

It is understood that the man has a family, including two children and that some of the car crash payout will reflect both their dependency and the claimant's significant loss of earning capacity.

Before the accident, the 40-year-old had been an experienced and highly-respected information technology teacher, he had also helped organise the fateful ski trip.

The value of the car crash payout obtained for the man by his personal injury solicitor is calculated at £1.9 million.

 

 

 
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