depends how much trouble you have after.dodgy said:Fractured wrist and elbow is not a 'serious injury' imo.
I'm not sure about that one to be honest, broken bones can always be serious. It does depend if there's articular involvement (the surface of the bone that forms part of the joint) but even a subcapsular fracture can be serious business if there are complications requiring pins, wire and a dose of anaesthetic.dodgy said:Fractured wrist and elbow is not a 'serious injury' imo.
Tis here http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=grand+avenue+hove&sll=50.824766,-0.169162&sspn=0.002558,0.008256&g=Grand+Ave,+Hove,+United+Kingdom&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Grand+Ave,+Hove,+United+Kingdom&ll=50.834728,-0.16664&spn=0.010177,0.033023&t=h&z=16&layer=c&cbll=50.835255,-0.16651&panoid=vLX7CEoo2sb_kmoAH5kLOQ&cbp=12,11.65,,0,24.42summerdays said:Anyone know where it is so we can look on Google?
I don't mind people claiming for reasonable costs (fix bike, clothes, maybe lost income) ... but to sue for £50000 is going too far.