A man who suffered severe personal injuries during an accident abroad has made a step towards being awarded compensation for his health problems.
According to the Bristol Evening Post, Clint Jacobs sustained a broken pelvis and a shattered leg during a road traffic accident while on holiday on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain in December 2007.
Mr Jacobs was hit by an uninsured driver in a retailer's car park and subsequently had to have four operations on his leg - which was broken in 25 places - and was also bound to a wheelchair for a year.
This left him unable to run the construction business he had spent 25 years building up and was then told that he was only entitled to Spanish levels of compensation - which amount to around a quarter of those awarded in the UK.
However, after help from from Kim Owen, Personal Injury Partner at Russell Jones & Walker Solicitors, the Court of Appeal has ruled that he is eligible for damages in this country.
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Posted by Cheryl Bennett