A 58-year-old man was injured when another vehicle ran a red light and collided with his motorbike as he pulled away from traffic lights. He suffered a fractured right forearm, soft tissue injuries to his spine and left hand, PTSD, and moderate depression. Personal Injury Solicitor Jane Lyons, with Trainee Solicitor Matthew Burke, handled the case. Initially, liability was denied by the insurer, complicated by the client’s bike being registered as off-road. However, evidence showed the defendant had run a red light, leading to a liability admission after court proceedings. The client underwent surgery and received psychological treatment. Unable to return to his job as a panel beater, he continued light-duty work. An initial £40,000 compensation offer was rejected, and a final settlement of £60,000 was secured.