Bride to be abandons wedding plans after being injured in car accident

A 26 year old bride to be abandoned her wedding plans after she was injured in a car accident when a drunk driver crashed into her car, leaving her with a six inch scar on her forehead.

Annabelle Cooper, from Fawley in Hampshire, says that her confidence has been left shattered following the car accident and she thinks she has been left looking like a ‘Chucky doll’.

She called off her April wedding due to her facial wound following the accident in February this year.

Miss Cooper has suffered depression following the car accident and says she is now trying to rebuild her confidence so she can marry her childhood sweetheart.

Jennifer Kemish, 30, drank three pints of lager before being behind the wheel of her car. She lost control and drove up a grass verge before swerving into the path of the car Miss Cooper’s fiancé was driving.

The car accident knocked Ms Cooper unconscious with facial wounds, her fiancé Mr Clarke suffered whiplash and their son Paul suffered severe bruising.

Kemish had a reading of 107mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. The drink drive limit is 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood.

Miss Cooper suffers from severe headaches and abdominal pains. She was forced to have her appendix removed. Her son is so traumatised from the accident that he struggles to sleep at night.

Vicki Wright, expert personal injury solicitor at Swain & Co says, “For you and your family to be injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault is very distressing.”

“The injuries sustained by Miss Cooper and her son show that there are more than just physical damage to a person, psychological damage is also caused.”

If you have been injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault, speak to Vicki Wright about the options of bringing a personal injury claim.

We offer you free initial advice and act on a no win no fee basis.

Call Vicki for free on 0800 0351 999