Traffic Accidents

Road traffic accidents are a risk we all take on when we drive on the roads. Traffic accidents can cause serious injury, expense and loss of income. If you were not at fault, you can claim compensation by making a road traffic accident claim.

Who can claim?

Whether you were the driver of the vehicle involved in a traffic accident or another road user, you may be able to make a traffic accident claim for compensation from the party that caused the accident. This includes:

  • Drivers
  • Passengers
  • Pedestrians
  • Cyclists
  • Motorcyclists

You can speak to a solicitor to find out for which types of road traffic accidents you can make road traffic accident claims.

Who can you sue?

You can claim compensation from whoever was at fault in causing your accident, including:

  • Other road users – when the cause of your accident was another road user's negligent driving when turning, merging or overtaking; speeding; driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol or reckless and dangerous driving
  • Local authority or Highways Authority – when the cause of your accident was slippery surfaces; hazards on the road; poorly maintained highways or poor lighting and signage

What types of injuries can you claim for?

Traffic accidents can cause all sorts of injuries. Common injuries that people receive compensation for are:

  • Cuts and bruising
  • Whiplash
  • Broken bones
  • Back injuries
  • Amputated limbs
  • Head and brain injuries

Regardless of the type or severity of your injury, if you are suffering pain, or have incurred medical or other expenses, or taken time off work because of your traffic accident injury, then you should claim compensation.

Making a claim

Give us a call today and we can put you in touch with a specialist no-win, no-fee personal injury solicitor. You won’t have to pay anything unless you win your claim, and even then, our solicitors guarantee you will receive as much compensation possible.

So call us today and get your claim started.

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