Multi-million pound payout for crash victim

Tue, 25 Jun 2013

Anthony ‘Punk’ Hutchinson, 34, Ceredigion, has received a multi-million pound compensation payout after suffering serious injuries in a road accident. 
Mr Hutchinson was driving on the B4329 New Inn to Brynberian road in November 2009 when a cattle trailer being towed by a Land Rover collided with his car. He suffered brain, cranio-facial, spinal, abdominal and upper and lower limb injuries. 
Jo Hutchinson, his wife, said “No amount of money can make up for the impact the accident has had on our family but the settlement eases financial worries about the on-going costs of his care”. She also thanked the legal team; Coley and Tilley Solicitors Robert Smallwood of No5 Chambers.
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