Motorbike Accident Claim Stockport
Posted on August 27, 2019 by SheldonDavidsonSolicitors
Victoria Martin represented Michael a client who suffered significant injuries when he was involved in a motorbike v car collision.
He sustained multiple fractures to his left leg in the form of an open fracture to his left femur, a hairline crack in the interior rim of his left tibia and a degloving injury to his left ankle.
Michael required 4 surgeries over a period of 18 months to improve the mobility in his leg. However, this has left him with significant and permanent scaring.
Sheldon Davidson Solicitors agreed to invoke the Rehabilitation Code with the Defendant’s insurers and appointed a suitable case manager. The benefit of utilising the code meant he received extensive physiotherapy and psychotherapy which was funded by the Defendant’s Insurers and would not have been readily available under the NHS.
Litigation commenced in June 2018 and an amicable settlement of £105,000 was achieved by mid October 2018
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