Compensation following a car accident
Although the UK has a very good record for road safety and car accident casualty rates are at
their lowest for 40 years, there are still around 290,000 people injured in road accidents each year. 52% of the
people who are killed on the roads are car users, around 1,600 people in 2004.
We help people and families of those who have been injured in a car accident get compensation
for the injuries and financial losses they have sustained, and we will not charge them a penny. We will charge all
fees and costs to the party at fault if the claim is successful, and we ensure that you are not liable to pay them
if the claim is unsuccessful.
Elements that must be proven
To make a successful car accident claim, we need to prove the following:
- That the other driver had a duty of care for you
- That the other driver breached that duty of care
- That the other driver caused you injury
- That you felt pain and suffering as a result
If your claim is successful, you will be awarded compensation for the pain, suffering and the effect that the car
accident has had on your life. Also, you may be able to get recompense for the financial impact the car accident
has had, e.g. loss of earnings, prescription costs, transport costs and damaged property. Read more about
Car accident compensation advice
We offer free, no obligation advice and information for people considering making a compensation claim. To have your
car accident claim assessed or simply to ask us a question, call now on 0808 143 43 42.
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