Tag: The Car Accidents

Wrapping Up a Decade of Car Accidents

In conclusion to the three car accidents during the 1990s, it would have been nice to walk away from the third and final car accident believing it would all be wrapped up and left in the past once all the legal proceedings had concluded. Unfortunately however, the final car accident during 1996 brought about new

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1996 – Car Accident Number Three!

It is often thought that for a person to have had one car accident in their lifetime is bad enough, yet quite a normal occurrence given how many of us drive. To have two car accidents in a lifetime is still not bad odds, but the words “bad luck” certainly get thrown around. However, add

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1995 – Elbow Repair, Surgical Care?

This piece follows on from 1995 – The Major Accident and gives a far more detailed account of the lack of care taken during the surgery to my left elbow. This post covers the following two issues. The surgical removal of dressing caught in healing wounds. The removal of the pins and my reason for

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1995 – The Major Accident

The 22nd of May 1995, at this point in my life I was a 22 year old divorcee raising my eldest son as a single mother, Rhys was 2½ at the time of the accident. All I know of the following collision itself is from witness statements of the police investigation and brief newspaper articles,

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The Work Cover Experience – Insurance Doctors

Following on from 1990 – The First Car Accident Just to recap, I was involved in a car accident on the 13th of March 1990 in which I was stationary at the red light of a T junction when I was rear ended by a car traveling at approximately 60km/h (37mph). The injuries sustained in

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