United Kingdom, (3rd November, 2011) – Claimsworth, one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors offering no-win no-fee claims, comments on an Olympic athlete’s road traffic accident compensation claim.
Olympic athlete Sonnar Murray-Brown was a passenger in his friend Lee Harris’s Renault Clio when he was involved in a head-on collision with a vehicle. As a result, the rising athlete had to undergo an eight hour operation to repair the damage done to his severely crushed legs. Following the operation, Mr Murray-Brown was informed by a doctor that it was highly unlikely that he would play Dressage again.
Following the devastating news, Mr Murray-Brown launched a compensation claim against his former friend, whom he believed was driving the vehicle too fast. Mr Harris was then charged with driving without due care, and Mr Murray-Brown is hoping to claim £300,000 in damages.
A spokesperson for Claimsworth commented: “Mr Murray-Brown’s compensation case is very unfortunate and his six-figure personal injury compensation claim is a good estimate of lost future earnings. We can help people who have suffered professional losses, due to a personal injury, with compensation claims. The law can provide damages to victims in an attempt to cover their future loss of earnings and prospects, so that the personal injuries cannot impact every aspect of a person’s life.”
For more information of Claimsworth and their no-win no-fee compensation claims, visit their website at http://www.claimsworth.com/ or telephone 0800 779 70 70.
Claimsworth are a leading personal injury solicitor that can represent their clients on a no-win no-fee basis. Whether a client has suffered an accident at work, road traffic accident or a slip, trip or fall, Claimsworth can offer 100% of their compensation and will not charge a fee if a claim is unsuccessful.
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