Car Accident Claims
If you were injured in a recent vehicle collision and another driver is found to be responsible, you could make a car accident compensation claim for your injuries and any damages arising as a result of the incident.
With an ever-increasing number of new drivers taking to Britain’s already congested roads each year, the ratio of non-fault accidents also increases. Surprisingly, this has less to do with the inexperience of newbie drivers and more to do with the lack of consideration, safety awareness and responsibility demonstrated by those who have been driving for a number of years. If your recent non-fault accident resulted in trauma or injury to you, or a member of your family, our accomplished no win no fee solicitors can help you seek injury compensation.
Our car accident claims solicitors are seasoned experts in all areas of road traffic accident litigation and have successfully concluded thousands of non-fault cases on behalf of injured clients. There are no fees payable at any stage of the claim process as all costs are recovered from the insurance company of the person at fault. This also means that any compensation we recover is awarded in full. No deductions are made to the final amount and where applicable, we may even be able to recover additional damages for loss of income or repairs to your vehicle.
For advice concerning your entitlement to no win no fee representation, contact us without hesitation today.
Claiming Car Accident Injury Compensation
Road traffic accidents are variable in cause and outcome, but even if your injuries are minor, there is every chance you will still qualify for injury compensation. You do not have to have been behind the wheel to claim accident compensation ; in fact, we have successfully assisted many thousands of passengers and pedestrians injured through no fault of their own on the road.
You may be eligible to make a claim if:
- you suffered whiplash following a rear, front or near-side collision.
- you were a pedestrian injured whilst crossing the road.
- the driver of the car you were traveling in is at fault.
- you were a passenger injured in a road accident caused by another driver.
- the vehicle owner at fault failed to stop following your accident (often known as hit-and-run).
- you are a cyclist or motorcyclist injured as a consequence of another motorist’s negligence.
There are various examples of negligence that might contribute to an accident. Occasionally, responsibility might lie with a local authority or landowner liable for the maintenance or upkeep of the road; in which case, a car accident injury claim may be brought against them for negligence. Whatever the cause of your accident, as long as you can sufficiently prove you were not at fault, our car accident solicitors can help you make a no win no fee claim for 100% compensation.
Find out whether you are eligible for car accident compensation with just one quick call. You can reach our team by calling on the free-phone number provided, or by filling out our secure online form to arrange a call-back. Don’t forgo your right to compensation – get in touch today!