Crash victim awarded millions
SUFFOLK man Paul White was today awarded £6.8 million damages after sustaining catastrophic injuries in a car crash six years ago.The 26-year-old, from Woodbridge, was a passenger in a car which crashed at Foxhall in May 2000.
SUFFOLK man Paul White was today awarded £6.8 million damages after sustaining catastrophic injuries in a car crash six years ago.
The 26-year-old, from Woodbridge, was a passenger in a car which crashed at Foxhall in May 2000.
He suffered serious injuries which led doctors to believe at one stage that he would be in a minimally conscious state for the rest of his life.
However thanks to the love and care of his family, he has emerged to be: “Happy, alert and responsive
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most of the time,” said Mr Justice Simon at the High Court today.
Mr White sued the driver of the car, Hugh Eastman of Haughgate in Woodbridge.
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For the full story, see Wednesday's Evening Star.