22 Aug '16, 9am

First Leeds injury claims thrown out by judge

First Leeds injury claims thrown out by judge

First of over 50 personal injury claims made following a low-speed collision involving football ground-bound double-decker are rejected by judge; pair ordered to pay £12,000 costs Bus sustainted minor damage in impact, yet over 50 injury claims made A pair of football fans have been given the red card after being found guilty of making dishonest personal injury claims to First Bus. Claims made by 53-year old Neil Muscroft of Pontefract and Martin Costello, 51, of Leeds are the first of more than fifty submitted to First Bus, following a very minor collision, to have reached trial. After considering evidence submitted by specialist legal firm Horwich Farrelly, on behalf of First Bus, including CCTV footage from the bus, the judges in both cases had no hesitation in ruling the claims as being fundamentally dishonest, and ordered the pair to repay total legal costs of £12,000...

Full article: http://www.route-one.net/articles/Legal/First_injury_clai...

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