Nearly three years after being involved in a near fatal accident, a cyclist is claiming for compensation for personal injury.
The 72 year old was knocked off her bike and hit her head on the kerb when a motorist opened her car door. The lady from Woodford Green suffered a blood clot to the brain which required emergency surgery. This was followed by nine months of recuperation in hospital leaving her with brain damage.
Since the incident in 2007, the lady has been taken care of by her husband. An accident claim had been submitted in relation to her injuries and the driver is being accused of negligence. He husband confirmed that legal action was underway but he made no further comment.
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