Claims For You are expert solicitors who specialise in no win no fee road traffic accident compensation.
If you have been injured in a road traffic accident, whether as a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist, you may have a road traffic accident claim against the driver responsible or even partly responsible for the accident.
Vehicle users are required by law to have insurance and the accident claim is most likely to be dealt with by the responsible driver's insurance company. Even if there isn't a police prosecution, you may still be able to receive accident compensation. Even if the responsible driver is not insured you may still make a road traffic accident claim against the Motor Insurers Bureau - an organisation established to compensate the injured victims of uninsured and untraced drivers.
The injury you sustain in a car accident may be long-term or short term. The injury can also be physical or psychological. If you suffer a long-term injury you may find yourself unable to work for an extended period, and a short-term injury may also affect your work and earnings. The injury might cause you considerable pain and need treatment over a period of time.
Whiplash is a common injury for people involved in a car accident. Our personal injury solicitors are able to handle claims for people who have suffered a range of injuries such as fractured bones, cuts and bruises, serious trauma and even paralysis. You may only start to feel the symptoms of an injury up to a few days after your car accident so be alert to headaches and swelling. A personal injury lawyer at Claims For You will be able to help you with your personal injury claim.
If you have had to pay expensive medical bills as a result of your car accident or have suffered a loss of earnings you are eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim. In some cases the driver at fault may not have insurance or cannot be traced. In this case your personal injury compensation claim will be sent to the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB), who pay out compensation in such circumstances. Personal injury solicitors will assess your claim and decide whether they will proceed with it and what amount you can expect for your personal injury claim.
You may incur other costs apart from medical costs or loss of earnings. For example, your car may need towing from the scene of the accident and you might need to have it repaired. These costs can be included in your personal injury accident claim if necessary. Just contact us today and find out how we can help you.
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