£4100 obtained for injured man where insurers initially alleged there was no injury

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Kerry Jones, a personal injury specialist at Ashtons, has successfully challenged insurers who were seeking to avoid compensating an injured driver.

Mr X suffered neck and back injuries when another vehicle collided with the rear of his car and the driver attempted to drive away from the scene of the incident.

When Ashtons made a claim on Mr X’s behalf, the defendant insurers suggested that he was not actually injured. Medical evidence was produced to back up his claim and when the case went to court the Judge found in Mr X’s favour.

Kerry comments: “This sort of case is frustrating because it should have never got as far as a courtroom. However, it is also satisfying to be able to demonstrate to people that if they do have a genuine injury they should not be put off claiming simply because an insurance company does not immediately agree that their injury justifies compensation.”


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