Witness statement from carer following road traffic accident

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IN THE HARROGATE COUNTY COURT                                                                                                    CASE NO: TBC

B E T W E E N:                                                 

MRS WAS LOOKING WHERE SHE WAS GOING PEDESTRIAN

Claimant

AND

MISS DAVID NAUGHTY DRIVER

Defendant

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STATEMENT OF JACK PEDESTRIAN- THE CLAIMANT’S HUSBAND

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1.       I am Jack Pedestrian of 56 Made-Up Road, Harrogate, HG1 4??. My date of birth is 18 March 1945.

2.       I am the Claimant’s husband.

3.       I make this witness statement in connection with my wife’s injuries and losses suffered as a result of a road traffic accident on 5 October 2016.

4.       After the said accident, my whole life turned upside down. After Meghan came back from hospital on 10 October 2016, I had to start looking after her and it felt like 24-hour care as she was not able to do anything by herself.

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