A claim for compensation can be made by anyone who has been involved in an accident on the road that wasn’t their fault. This applies if you were driving, a passenger or a pedestrian or cyclist.
We are specialists in recovering compensation for people who have been injured in road accidents. We can take on your claim on a ‘no win – no fee’ basis and you will keep 100% of your compensation.
All motorists are required by law to take out motor insurance and it is these insurers who will pay out compensation for victims of road accidents. Even if you were involved in an accident with an uninsured driver, or a hit and run, you can still make a claim for compensation to the Motor Insurers Bureau.
Further information on Road Accident Claims:
If you were the driver of a vehicle that was hit, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. Even if the accident was partly your fault it may still be possible for you to claim compensation. Contact us to speak to one of our experienced personal injury solicitors who will assess your claim.
Whiplash in a very common injury suffered as a result of road accidents. It occurs when the head suffered an unexpected jolt caused by an impact with another vehicle. The head is thrown backwards at the same time as the body is propelled forwards. This causes injury to the neck muscles and joints. Other areas of the body can also be affected.
The results of whiplash can be symptoms such as head, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, ringing in the ears and pins and needles in the arms. These symptoms may be short lived or, in severe cases, they may be ongoing.
If you were injured whilst passenger in a vehicle, you are entitled to make a claim for compensation. You may have been in a friend or family member’s car, a bus, taxi, work vehicle or even a motorcycle.
If you were injured whilst in a friend or family member’s vehicle it is important to remember that they will not be the ones who pay you the compensation, it will be their insurance company. Some people are not keen to make a claim because they have a close relationship to the driver but that is after all what they pay their insurance premiums for.
Please contact us to speak to one of our experienced personal injury solicitors who will assess your claim.