Passenger airlifted after multi car collision

Emergency services were called to a scene where by numerous vehicles had collided with each other resulting in a passenger being airlifted to hospital.
The car crash involved seven vehicles which were all badly damaged. The injured man was a passenger in a black Honda Civic, which received the brunt of a force after hitting a brick wall. The man was initially treated at the roadside by firefighters until paramedics arrived and the decision was taken to airlift him. His injuries were considered serious enough that the North West Air Ambulance was summoned to assist.

There were two other people involved in the accident who had to be taken to hospital by ambulance, however according to police none of the injuries were life-threatening.
The Road Policing Unit said: “This was a major collision involving a number of vehicles and it is lucky that no one was more seriously injured. An investigation into how this collision occurred is underway and I would appeal to anyone who witnessed what happened to contact us as soon as possible.
“We are also keen to hear from anyone who may have seen any of the vehicles involved driving prior to the collision and anyone with any information should contact us on 101.”
Luckily in this situation no-one was seriously hurt but it is best to enlist the help of a specialist car accident claims team should you be involved in an accident. Claimant Law has a wealth of experience and can help to ensure that you get the full amount of money that you deserve.

The following cases are very likely to result in a successful car accident claims:

  • Car crashes involving uninsured drivers
  • Car crashes involving vehicles that were defective or not roadworthy
  • Pedestrians injured in car crashes
  • Motorbike crashes

If you have been involved in any of the above, we strongly advice that you start a free no-obligation assessment with us to see how much you could be entitled to. Start a claim today by using our compensation claim form, or by calling us on FREEPHONE 0800 089 4444.