House of Commons
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SUPPORT FOR ROAD CRASH VICTIMS
EDM #313
Tabled 03 July 2012
2012-13 Session
That this House recognises that road deaths and serious injuries cause horrendous suffering every day; understands that bereaved and injured victims often experience long-term and acute emotional suffering and other serious implications such as debt, health problems and social isolation; notes there is no comprehensive Government-funded support automatically offered following a serious crash; congratulates road safety charity Brake on the literature and helpline services it provides to road crash victims but recognises that this remains a grossly under-funded area; and calls on the Government to significantly increase funding for support for road crash victims, using revenue from the planned increase to driving offence fines to ensure there is a clear pathway of integrated, specialist support, including face-to-face support, available to all bereaved and seriously injured crash victims who need it.

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