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No Win No Fee Car Accident Claims Police car accident two people injured

February 15, 2012 by  Filed under News

On Thursday at around 2.30pm a police traffic officer aged 33 and a colleague from another agency aged 57 were involved in a collision with a lorry.
The police officer and his colleague had stopped there police car which was a Ford Mondeo to help some people who had broken down, they had broken on the Westbound carriageway of the A8 between Langbank and Port Glasgow in Inverclyde.
Then suddenly a lorry came from behind the stationary police car and hit it from behind causing the Ford Mondeo to crash through the central barrier and ended up over the opposite side of the carriageway.
The police officer and his colleague were both taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital in Greenock, there they were treated and fortunately only had minor injuries after being treated they were soon released from the hospital.
The lorry driver who is known to be 28 years old was also taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital in Greenock, after being checked over he was released without receiving any treatment.
At the time of the incident it was snowing in the area, the police car was in a bad way and was really damaged after the collision. They had to close both of the carriageways for a good few hours after so they could look into the crash and investigate exactly what had happened.
The police in Strathclyde are now doing a full investigation as to what was the cause of the crash and why it happened.
Car accident claims are taking place after accidents on the road like this people are going to see a no win no fee solicitors and putting in a claim. Some claims they are doing are whiplash claims. The amount of people that are now claiming in the UK are rising especially the amount of whiplash car accident claims.

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