10 April 2012
Milkman seeks £200k after road traffic accident
A six-figure personal injury compensation sum is being sought by a milkman after he was crushed during a road traffic accident.
According to Your Local Guardian, Trevor Wilson was seriously injured in March 2009 when a car drove into him while he was at the back of his float on his delivery round in Croydon and is now suing for £200,000.
Mr Wilson was working as a Franchise Support Dairy Supervisor for Dairy Crest - a company with 6,500 employees - when a motor being driven by Robert Dyas crushed him against his vehicle.
Details of the 50-year-old's injuries were not reported by the news source, but Mr Wilson's writ served to the High Court indicated he has endured pain, suffering and loss of earnings due to the incident.
He claims that the negligence of Mr Dyas was to blame for the accident as the male was driving too fast, while also failing to keep a safe distance away from the float.
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Posted by Chris Stevenson
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