Mr C was making a delivery of cement to a private house. On the day he arrived the home owners had failed to make sure that their Irish Wolf Hound was inside and the door properly secured. Mr C was stepping down out of his cab when suddenly the dog came out of the house and grabbed hold of his leg dragging him out and causing him to fall onto the ground below. Mr C suffered injury to his back where he hit the ground and his leg where he was bitten. His pre-booked summer holiday was ruined because of the accident and he lost two weeks wages as he couldn’t drive. Slee Blackwell tracked down the home owners who initially refused to co-operate but as we persisted with the claim they admitted liability and Mr C received his compensation in full and as well the cost of his holiday and lost earnings.

Delivery Driver Attacked in Driveaway

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