Youngster wins £2,000 claim for Heybridge accident
The family of a 12 year old boy has succeeded in a claim against a driver who’s careless driving resulted in a badly injured right arm and lasting psychological impact after causing an injury claim Heybridge.
The boy was on a scooter near to his home in Heybridge, when the reckless driver reversed his vehicle quickly around a corner. The driver, who was in his 70’s and has held a license for over 50 years, was said to be running late when his lack of attention caused the accident by reversing into the boy’s path on the pavement, resulting in the injury claim Heybridge.
There was only slight collision between driver and vehicle as the boy came into contact with the side of the vehicle and was thrown out of the way in the injury claim Heybridge. The judge expressed gladness that the youngster was recovering well, and used the same judgment to describe the drivers conduct as ‘clearly dangerous, and certainly negligent for the purposes of the law’ before commenting that the accident injury claim in Heybridge could have been much worse.
What can injured parties learn from this accident injury claim in Heybridge?
Anyone who has suffered an injury that wasn’t there fault should seriously consider calling Accident Advice Helpline’s friendly and well-trained advisers for a no obligation consultation. Such people can learn much from the case, which highlights the extremely broad parameters of responsibility which road users are expected to accept while using Britain’s roads.
Many people’s understanding of personal injury comes from television advertisements which typically portray very typical accidents such as slips, trips, falls and simple collisions.
However, as the advisers on Accident Advice Helpline team would assure clients, the law does not classify accidents in this way when assessing an injury claim. Instead the law seeks to address whether the claim has the essential elements of the tort of negligence.
Have you suffered harm as a result of a breach of duty of care?
If you think you might have a claim for personal injury just like the youngster involved in the accident injury claim in Heybridge, have no hesitation in seeking legal advice and call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) for a no obligation chat today about your injury claim in Heybridge.
Date Published: 5th September 2013