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M40 collision between two minibuses and a car caused no serious injuries

14th December 2012

The road traffic accident took place on the M40 between junctions six and seven – at Lewknor and Milton Common respectively.

The female motorist had been travelling along the highway when she was involved in a crash with two minibuses. This caused her vehicle to leave the road and end up on its side in a field.

The scene of the accident was attended by fire fighters and a team of paramedics, however the woman managed to get out of her vehicle unaided and is believed to have only suffered minor personal injuries.

Nevertheless, she was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital.

If an investigation reveals that either minibus drivers were liable for the collision, then the woman may be able to claim compensation for the injuries she sustained.

However, she may be found partly responsible for the incident, and since she did not suffer severe harm, she may decide against taking legal action.

Anyone who suffers harm in an accident on the roads, whether they are a vehicle driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian, should contact an expert solicitor for advice regarding their rights and the viability of their claim.

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