When you are involved in a car accident it can turn your world upside down, we are here to help you return to normal life. We understand it is crucial to recover maximum compensation for your injuries and recover any financial losses from damage to your vehicle and its contents. We offer free initial advice and deal with nearly all car accident claims on a no win no fee agreement. Call us on 0203 9252 301 to speak to a specially trained solicitor.
Severity of car accidents vary greatly, so the amount you could receive depends on the damage suffered and the amount of loss. This includes all financial loss relating to the vehicle and its contents, ongoing rehabilitation and medical expenses alongside loss of earnings through missed work.
For a car accident compensation claim to be successful we will need to prove that liability for the accident rests on the third parties shoulders. This refers to your own actions in the lead up to the accident. Should you be found to be partly negligent and therefore had a part to play in causing the accident your compensation could be reduced. Failure to wear a seatbelt and other actions could also work against you in a settlement.
It only takes one call to one of our specialist solicitors to find out if you’re likely to be eligible to make a claim for compensation following a car accident. For a free initial consultation call us on 0203 9252 301 or complete an online enquiry form below.
Being involved in a car accident can be stressful enough, this stress can be majorly amplified if another party involved in the accident doesn’t have car insurance. Reality is that claims can still be made for the injuries suffered and financial losses, these claims are pursued via the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) through their uninsured and untraced motorist driver agreements.
For a claim to be successful the accident must have been reported to the police, it is important to make sure this is completed as a matter of urgency following the accident. Failure to do so can lead to your claim being rejected by the MIB.
The MIB may reject a claim for other reasons including being a willing passenger in a vehicle driven by an uninsured driver. The MIB uninsured and untraced motorist driver agreements are complex but our team has over 20 years in pursuing claims against the MIB. Call us now to get some free advice on 0203 9252 301 or complete an online enquiry form.
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