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Radiographer makes cycling accident claim

10th May 2013

The man, who was employed as a senior radiographer at St George’s Hospital in Tooting at the time, was on his way to work when the bike accident took place.

He was struck by a Ford Focus car while on a roundabout. His personal injury solicitors claim that he had right of way. The motorist has since been convicted of driving without due care and attention.

Immediately following the incident, the cyclist was taken to hospital suffering from serious head injuries, and was later transferred to Poole Hospital where he underwent neurological rehabilitation.

According to the details of the cycling accident compensation claim, he suffered a “prolonged period of low awareness” for about five months. Furthermore, he still suffers severe pain and from disabilities affecting his nervous system.

His solicitors hope that his claim for more than £300,000 will be successful, stating, “While we cannot change what has happened, we can endeavour to ensure that his extensive needs are met for the rest of his life.”

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