Banker sues for loss of bonus after being knocked off motorbike

Gavel Jason Morrison

An award-winning city banker whose bonus went down following a road accident is suing the white van man responsible for more than £200,000.

The Daily Mail reports that Giovanni Revedin di San Martino said he was knocked off his motorbike by a white Mercedes sprinter in South Kensington, London, in July 2012.

The 41-year-old banker, who joined JP Morgan's London office in 2005, suffered a broken wrist, hip and pelvic injuries and was unable to return to work for three months, he said.

He is now suing the driver he holds responsible and claims his bonus took a hit as a direct result of the time he had to take off work.

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Award-winning banker who was knocked off his motorbike is suing 'the white van man responsible' for £200,000 – because it meant his bonus went down

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