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Ex-Apprentice contestant seeks compensation

Ex-Apprentice contestant seeks compensation

A former contestant on the TV series The Apprentice is pursuing significant personal injury compensation following an accident in a public place.

Nicholas de Lacy-Brown - who appeared on the fourth series of the show, which was won by Lee McQueen - sustained serious injuries when a truck knocked a concrete wall on top of him while he shopped in London in the summer of 2008.

During this incident, the fledgling barrister suffered a shattered right leg and also contracted numerous infections following multiple operations on the affected area.

According to the Daily Star, Mr de Lacy-Brown is now seeking a "six or seven figure" damages settlement due to the devastating impact this has had on his career.

At a preliminary hearing at the High Court in London, his legal representative told those present Mr de Lacy-Brown has endured a "torrid time" and has been "very badly affected by it".

Contact our accident and injury solicitors on 0800 916 9046 or email enquiries@rjw.co.uk if you would like advice on any personal injury matter

Posted by Trusha Vyas