Fatal Car Accident M25 – Young Sisters Killed

Car Deaths – 2 Sisters killed, horrific motorway accident M25

Two young sisters were killed when they were thrown from a car in a horrific crash which closed the M25.  The tragic fatal car accident is reported in the Daily Mail which provides:

“The girls, thought to be aged six and 10, were hurled up to 20 feet from the car as it overturned at high speed and spun onto the embankment. A man in his mid-to-late-twenties who was in the back seat was also killed. He had to be cut from the wreckage. The driver is being treated in hospital after the accident w hich happened on the clockwise section of the orbital motorway, between Potters Bar and Enfield, atabout 3am.”

Fatal Car Accidents Young children – What’s the Law?

In the opinion of our Principal Fatal Car Accident Solicitor, the law is said to be unjust.  The price put on young children is £0 (and adults for that matter).  Yes simply nothing, an insult.  The parents, may obtain a bereavement award a maximum of £12,980.  That too is an insult.  Oh, and the law says the parents may be able to recover “reasonable traveling expenses.”  It’s not good enough.

That’s it, in the vast majority of fatal car accident claims.

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Posted: August 22, 2015 at 3:23 pm