Brother of Fifty Shades of Grey author pays remuneration to widow after mother …
July 21, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A lamentation father has been awarded a five-figure out of justice allotment from a hermit of Fifty Shades Of Grey author E L James after a horrific motorway pound that claimed a life of his wife.
Grandmother-of-seven Mollie Haines died when a Porsche Cayenne S was in collision with her Nissan Almera, that had damaged down on a M40 motorway on Jul 18, 2012.
The impact of a pile-up sent her automobile spinning opposite a carriageway before ripping into flames, reports a Birmingham Mail.
Driver Daniel Mitchell was privileged of causing genocide by drifting or drifting pushing during a hearing during Aylesbury Crown Court.
But Mollie’s clinging father Charles Haines, from Barnt Green, Worcestershire, after motionless to launch polite movement opposite Mitchell.
The motorist has denied guilt though concluded to an out of justice allotment of £45,000.
Dr Haines, 81, a former consultant paediatrician during a Alexandra Hospital in Redditch, pronounced he was ‘pleased and relieved’ with a settlement, though combined that no volume of income could recompense for a detriment of his mother of 49 year
“Mollie was a heartbeat of a family – a wife, a mother-of-four and a grandmother-of-seven – and her detriment is felt by each one of us, each day,” he said.
“The resources of her genocide make it all a some-more formidable to understanding with.
“That’s why, after a rapist trial, we felt it was critical to pursue a box in a polite courts.
“No volume of income will ever move Mollie behind though we are gratified and relieved that all this is finally over.”
The rapist justice box suggested that Mrs Haines had been stranded along with other drivers in still traffic.
When a deterrent privileged a trade began to upsurge again, though Mrs Haines was incompetent to restart her car.
Shortly afterwards, a collision – that happened nearby Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire – sent a automobile spinning opposite a carriageway before it detonate into flames.
The 73-year-old mum-of-four was on her approach to revisit her daughter and 3 grandchildren in Kingston-upon-Thames.
The family’s lawyer, Adam Wilson, from Slater and Gordon, said: “It has been a extensive authorised process, though we wish that this outcome will move some comfort to Mr Haines’s family who have dealt bravely with her astonishing loss.”