Road Traffic Accidents

Road Traffic Accidents - what you can claim for?

The most common form of injury caused by a car accident is 'whiplash' but there are a variety of injuries which can arise as a result of being a victim of a car accident. Even if you only suffered bruises or minor whiplash from the car accident, you should always try to be examined by a doctor. Where possible we can obtain any rehabilitation or medical care you need which ensures you can concentrate on your recovery and not how it's paid for.

In addition to making a claim for the injuries you have sustained, we can also work to obtain compensation in respect of any damage to your car, motorbike or bicycle and other expenses including;

  • past and future loss of earnings
  • policy excess or the value of your vehicle
  • hire car charges
  • past and future private treatment fees
  • medication costs
  • property damage
  • care costs
  • aids and appliances
  • travel expenses

If you have been a victim of a road traffic accident, you are probably entitled to compensation. This compensation is generally paid by the negligent driver's insurance company. If the driver is uninsured this makes things more complicated but by no means impossible - we can still help you recover the compensation you deserve. 

We are able to act on a “no win, no fee” basis and as always, our claims are fully insured so you will never find yourself unexpectedly out of pocket.  We will discuss our full range of funding options with you before we start your claim.

If you have been involved in a road accident which has not been your fault, call us today and let us get you 100% of the compensation that you are entitled to.

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