Serious Injury Litigation Executive, Ashley Nolan believes the recent E-scooter accidents demonstrate the need for expert legal guidance.
Last weekend, two separate E-scooter collisions saw a 34-year-old woman die and a teenager is currently fighting for his life.
As a result, Transport Minister, Michael Ellis will introduce a blanket E-Scooter ban across London next week.
The impact on victims and their families can be devastating, and the effects wide-reaching.
The priority is to reduce carbon emissions and ensure highways are safe for all modes of transport.
YouTuber, Emily ‘Hart’ Hartridge, 35, died after her e-scooter collided with a lorry in Battersea, south-west London.
The following morning, a 14-year-old boy sustained a serious head injury.
His e-scooter crashed into a Beckenham bus stop in South-East London.
Going forward, those who disobey the ban will face a £300 fine and see their vehicle confiscated.
Ashley, who has given six years’ service to Fletchers serious injury department, understands that in the immediate aftermath of a serious injury there are more questions than answers.
In a recent six-figure settlement, I represented a motorcyclist involved in a road-side collision with another car.
The car emerged from a side road and collided with the motorcyclist who sustained devastating and life changing injuries that have impacted on all aspects of his life.
Having worked at Fletchers for a number of years, I have seen first-hand how important it is to stabilise the financial position of serious injury victims.
I work to ensure the settlement package adequately reflects their loss and assists clients in their overall recovery.
If you or a loved one have been impacted as a result of a serious injury, you can contact our serious injury department regarding representation by calling 0330 013 0245: