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Case Report: Parker v Turner - Kristy Price, Spencers Solicitors

06/08/19. Case Name: Parker v Turner 

 

Accident Date: 20/01/2019 

 

Settlement Date: 04/04/2019 


TOTAL GROSS SETTLEMENT: £3753.06 


Background

 

The Claimant was attended by paramedics at the scene of the accident and taken to A&E by ambulance. Advice and analgesia given.

The Claimant suffered moderate pain, stiffness and discomfort to his upper and middle of his back and right shoulder. The medical evidence confirmed that these symptoms should resolve within 8 months from the date of the accident. The Claimants pain to the right arm resolved 1 day after the accident.

The Claimant also suffered a moderate fear of travel for approximately 4 months and his sleep was restricted.

The Claimant was initially restricted with his personal care, DIY, shopping and cooking. He was also unable to lift heavy items or play golf. He refrained from work for 2 days.

The Claimant was recommended physiotherapy which was provided by the Defendants insurers.

Liability


The Claimant was driving his vehicle along the main carriageway when the Defendant, who was travelling in the opposite direction, pulled out from the traffic onto the Claimant’s side of the road at speed. The Claimant braked and pulled to the left but the Defendant failed to take any corrective actions and collided with the driver’s side of the Claimant’s vehicle. Airbags were deployed, and severe damage was caused to both vehicles.

The Defendant insurers admitted liability for the accident.


Quantum

 

The claim was dealt with via the MOJ portal.

PSLA - £3150.00

Special Damages - £603.06 

Solicitors for the Claimant Kristy Price of Spencers Solicitors Limited


Insurers for the Defendant Liverpool Victoria 

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