A large number of the cases we deal with are accidents that take place on the road. Due to the congestion placed on the road networks of the UK as a result of increased volume of traffic, road traffic accidents will remain high.
If you have been injured through no fault of your own whilst driving a car or riding a motorcycle you may be entitled to compensation.
If you have been injured through no fault of your own as a passenger in a car, bus or on a motorcycle you may be entitled to compensation.
If you have been injured through no fault of your own as a cyclist or a pedestrian by other road users or road defects you may be entitled to compensation.
Our team have considerable experience in the handling of such cases. If you are involved in an accident and you wish to approach our company to make a claim for compensation we advise our clients to obtain as much information as possible about the accident. Information that can help with the process of a claim includes but is not exclusive to the following.
Date of accident
Time of accident
Location of accident
The cause of the accident
Police accident report/reference number
Details of any injuries and place of treatment
Details of the party at fault (Name, address, telephone)
Details of any witnesses (Name, address, telephone)
Details of damage to vehicular transport
Photographs of damage/injuries (camera phones )
C.C.T.V recordings from private companies.
We recognize and are deeply sympathetic to the fact that after a traffic accident those involved may be injured or in a state of shock. As such you would only primarily be seeking medical care but it is in your interests to gain as much information as possible in case the party at fault seek to evade responsibility.