Whatever sort of road traffic accident you may have been involved in, if it was somebody else's fault, you may be entitled to make a traffic accident claim. Road traffic accidents are the most common cause of personal injury and we recognise that it is important that claims are dealt with efficiently and quickly.
Our professional service has helped many people across the UK claim compensation for personal accidents. We think you should be able to claim compensation if you were injured during an accident and were not to blame. After all that’s only fair, isn’t it?
If your claim is successful, you’ll get 100% of your compensation and we will claim our costs from the insurance company of the person or organisation who is responsible for the accident.
Want to know if you’ve got a case for compensation? Why not use the live chat facility on our home page? You can chat by instant message via the website to one of our qualified solicitors. If you prefer, just enter your phone number or email address and we’ll contact you. Either way, a qualified solicitor will give you a free assessment about whether you are entitled to compensation.
It is very important to instruct a specialist accident compensation solicitor. Choose us - we have many years of experience. You can even find out more about us by visiting the “meet the team” page.
Road traffic accidents are one of the most common causes of compensation claims across the United Kingdom. Regardless of whether the claimant was the driver, passenger or pedestrian, if the accident was no fault of their own, they could be entitled to receive compensation.
If a person becomes the victim of a road traffic accident, taking the following steps could help to increase the prospects of a successful claim:-
Following a road accident claim, if a person is eligible to receive compensation lawyers can often secure immediate short term payments to cover the initial expenses resulting from the incident e.g. car repairs or car hire. These expenses are paid by the insurers of the person responsible for the accident, as is the compensation paid to the victim(s). The amount of compensation received will depend on the severity of the accident and the injuries caused to the claimants. However, in the United Kingdom, any claim for compensation must be made within three years of an accident unless the claim is by an infant. Failure to begin the required legal proceedings in court within this time period will result in the case being ‘time-barred’, unless special permission to proceed is obtained from the Court.