Ms D of Accrington was a passenger in a car being driven correctly when the vehicle was suddenly and violently struck on its side by a third party vehicle exiting a side road in a negligent fashion. The driver of the third party vehicle had failed to exercise her statutory duty of care.
Ms D suffered personal injury, loss and damage. Understandably being very concerned about the physical injury she sustained, Miss D attended Accrington Victoria Hospital where she was duly cared for. Having experienced severe pain in her lower back and shoulder blade as a result of the incident, these symptoms continued for a considerable time afterwards. As well as causing a soft-tissue whiplash injury, the third party’s negligent driving also aggravated an existing pregnancy related backache. It was at this point that Miss D realised that she should seek expert legal advice and she immediately contacted Farleys solicitors.
How Farleys’ Personal Injury Team Helped
Farleys Accrington and Lancashire road traffic accident personal injury specialists sought financial compensation for Ms D
Immediately upon instruction, the Farleys no-win, no-fee team provided professional and courteous legal assistance to Ms D, reassuring her that she would receive fair and just financial redress for the suffering that she had needlessly and faultlessly endured due to the negligence of a third party. Farleys ensured the litigation process was hassle-free for Ms D and arranged for her injuries to be assessed by a qualified medical expert.
Farleys successful and expert negotiation of the claim led to Ms D rightly receiving a sum of £2,650 from the third party.