Asons Solicitors settle £103,500 for Client’s Road Traffic Accident Claim

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After only 3 months of comprehensive research and legal work, Asons Solicitors have settled a £103,500 car accident claim for their client.

According to the letter of claim, the Asons’ client, 65, and his family were involved in a serious road traffic accident on a country lane, in the region of Hereford. The family’s small Subaru car was involved with a head on collision with a third party. The client, his wife, two children and granddaughter are extremely lucky to be alive. His car had to be completely destroyed, in order to remove all the passengers from the wreckage.

Initially, the injuries sustained by the client, during the car accident, were life threatening.

The orthopedics report stated that the Asons’ client was rushed to the hospital, and he has only a vague recollection of the events that followed. He was treated for over 2 months, with his recovery covering a magnitude of serious injuries, including - a fractured wrist, several broken ribs, punctured lungs, a fractured right leg and wrist, and severe tissue injury to his head and arm. Our client required an emergency operation to remedy his leg, and he remained in hospital for nearly two months.

After the accident, the client was immobile and required extensive care to nurse him better. Initially he was wheelchair bound, however, as a testament to his determination, he has managed to improve to a level where he is now able to walk for around thirty minutes with the aid of crutches. He has been left with severe permanent injuries, and he is going to require further operations in the future.

The accident has had a traumatic impact on his life, as the collision involved both himself and members of his family. He hopes that eventually he will be able to walk without the help of crutches, which would allow him to take his grandchildren to the park as he was previously able to.

Mr Munir Majid, Senior Solicitor at Asons, skillfully investigated and negotiated compensation for his client’s personal injury, without the need of Court proceedings, His compensation included monies for the ongoing care he will need, as well as future rehabilitation costs.

Commenting on the settlement Munir Majid said;

“When I first spoke to our client he wasn’t even sure if he could pursue a car accident claim. I was glad I was able to advise him otherwise, and help him through what was an extremely traumatic ordeal, which not only affected him but also his entire family. Thankfully matters could be resolved quickly, without the need of Court proceedings.”

“It is important that seriously injured clients obtain specialist help from lawyers, and it particularly crucial that they have specialist experience in these types of cases. As experts we can assist them with rehabilitation, but also be progressive in litigation, allowing our clients to move on with the rest of their lives."

Hard work paid off, and following intense negotiations, the client’s offer was finalised to a total of £103,500.

Asons Solicitors suggest that if someone would like to learn more about what legal advice is available regarding a car accident claim, or if they would like to better understand the personal injury claims process, that information is available at, or via an expert helpline on 01204 521 133


About Asons Solicitors:

Asons Solicitors is a Bolton-based law practice that specialises in personal injury and industrial disease claims. Founded by brothers Imran Akram and Kamran Akram, Asons Solicitors has developed to become a young and dynamic law firm that delivers practical solutions to clients in times of difficulty. Their continued focus on their staff has seen them awarded with the Investors in People “Gold Award”; which is reflected in the professional and personable approach they take in working with clients. They strive to grow and to develop, and their supportiveness and attention to detail ensures that their clients use them time and again.

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