While the number of road traffic accidents declined again last year, the number of personal injury claims involving RTAs has gone up, according to insurance industry analysts.
A woman left seriously injured in the wake of a crash whilst abroad in Poland has launched a car accident claim for in excess of £300,000 in personal injury compensation, according to a writ recently submitted to the High Court of London.
One cyclist that was paralysed following a devastating road traffic accident has gone in search of a personal injury compensation award in excess of £300,000 from the driver that struck him, it was recently reported.
After comparing a twenty year old man to his twin brother in order to determine how much personal injury compensation he should be entitled to, the twin – disabled as the result from a road traffic accident at the age of eight – has recently been awarded £2.5 million, legal experts recently reported.
One paralysed student from Sheffield was recently awarded personal injury compensation in the wake of a car accident, as the RTA has left her with injuries that will require lifelong care.
A family from Hampshire recently launched a motor accident claim for the injuries sustained by a young schoolboy after he was knocked down by a car, with the boy’s parents seeking in excess of £300,000 in personal injury compensation, experts say.
One Londoner was recently awarded £750,000 in damages in a successful car accident claim due to the serious personal injuries she sustained in a multi-vehicle RTA, industry experts report.
In an effort to reduce the number of motor accident claims that are being made in the UK, the Government is examining whether encouraging the use of new technology, such as telematics-based insurance, to gather information on motoring habits.
One maintenance fitter was injured on the M1 motorway as the wheeled excavator he was operating was involved in an RTA by striking an overhead bridge, motor accident claim experts recently reported.
The driver of a car has fled the scene of a RTA which left a motorcyclist seriously injured, leading police to appeal for information regarding the driver’s identity and location, accident claim experts say.
RTAs are simply an inevitability, according to accident claim experts, who pointed out that there were more than 31 million registered cars in the UK by the end of 2010.
One Lincolnshire man has made a motorcycle accident claim for the sum of £300,000 following the severe personal injuries he suffered in a RTA, experts say.
Vehicles owned and operated by the South Yorkshire Police Authority have been involved in more than 1,000 RTAs over a period of three years, car accident claim experts recently reported.
Roads in Scotland that have been fitted with safety cameras have experienced a 63 per cent reduction in RTA rates, recently revealed figures show.
In three of the past four recessions, cyclist death rates (and accident claim rates as well) have increased during hard economic times, said the Department for Transport.
After he was left with paralysis from the neck down from an RTA involving a high performance vehicle, one car technician is launching a motor accident claim against his former employers, experts say.
An RTA involving a taxicab and a cyclist that led to serious injury has resulted in a lengthy and heated personal injury compensation case.
After sustaining severe injuries to her brain from a road traffic accident where a car struck her at the age of seven, one young woman has recently won her car accident claim to the tune of £9 million in damages.
The accident claim industry in the UK, plagued by criminals and unscrupulous operators, is said to be worth in excess of £3 billion on an annual basis, experts say.
More than six years after one Watford native sustained severe injuries to his brain and face in a RTA just down the road from his home, a judge has finally approved his motorcycle accident claim for a substantial amount of money.