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13th November 2006

£4000 in compensation awarded following an accident at a zebra crossing

Clear Answers lawyers' Thompsons Solicitors have recently won an accident claim and obtained £4000 in compensation after a road accident at a zebra crossing.

James Broom from Cullompton in Devon was 19 when he was walking across a zebra crossing outside the Manor Hotel in the town where he lived. A a driver failed to pay due care and attention and collided with him. As a result of the incident Mr Broom sustained tissue damage to his knee and was forced to take two months off work.

He explains: " I was halfway across a pedestrian crossing when I was knocked down. I was taken by ambulance to Tiverton Hospital. The next day I was told that there was a possibility of a cracked bone. As a result I was off work for two months and on returning to work I was sadly made redundant at the end of February 2006."

"The specialist support provided by Thompsons was excellent. I doubt I would have had such good legal representation and secured so much compensation if I'd simply used the solicitors offered by my insurer."

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