Road Traffic Accident

Road Traffic Accidents are one of the most common types of Personal Injury Claims. If you were involved in a Road Traffic Accident within the last 3 years and sustained injury as a result you might be able to claim compensation, the amount of which depends on the injuries sustained.

The vast majority of car accidents result in minor damage to the car and low level injuries such as whiplash following low velocity impacts to the car. In a small proportion of accidents more serious injuries such as spinal injuries, brain injuries and multiple fractures occur. It is also common for those who were in road traffic accident to develop psychological problems, such as anxiety, fear of driving, fear of using public transport, nightmares etc.

If you are involved in a Road Traffic Accident it is important that you do the following:

•          Note the time and date of the car accident

•          Gather contact details of those involved in the car accident

•          Take down details of the vehicles in the car accident

•          Note the insurance details of all drivers involved

•          Make a record of weather conditions at the time of the car accident

•          Identify and photograph all damage to vehicles involved in the accident

The above information is very important in order to pursue your claim for compensation.

We have a dedicated team of personal injury lawyers who will be happy to assist you with your claim for compensation. With the new portal system in place, specially designed to streamline process Road Traffic Accident claims, we can now aim to settle our Road Traffic Accidents within a shorter period of time.

We can act on behalf of pedestrians hit by cars/motor cycles; motorcyclists hit by cars; drivers and passengers in cars who were involved in a road traffic accident who suffered injury.

If you would like to speak to one of our personal injury lawyers for free legal advice on road traffic accident’s claim, contact us on 020 8877 3421 or by email.

 

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