A motorcyclist, who was involved in a collision with a tractor in June 2006, is seeking an accident claims payout for the injuries he sustained.
The motorcyclist, from Littleport, was riding his motorbike down Ely Road in Cambridgeshire when he was hit by a tractor. The 41-year-old car dealership owner suffered fractures to his right leg. He still remains in chronic pain 4 years after the accident due to a bone infection Osteomyelitis, which he later developed.
At the High Court in London, the motorcyclist’s barrister alleged that the driver of the tractor cut the corner as he made a right turn. The tractor driver, however, claims this was not the case and the motorcyclist was not visible. He and his employer deny liability for the accident. A decision will be announced at a later date.
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