Here at Accident Advice Helpline we are often involved with helping people to launch personal injury claims in North Lanarkshire as the result of injuries they’ve sustained in road traffic accidents that took place in snow. Scotland is of course infamous for its snow during the winter months, and it can make for some challenging driving conditions. New and inexperienced drivers are often put to the test and found to be responsible for causing accidents due to their lack of experience.

Some countries in Europe specify that snow chains or special winter tyres should be fitted during winter months to compensate for when there is ice and snow on the road. Other countries simply leave it to the experience and common sense of the driver to modify their driving accordingly. For example driving speeds need to be reduced and drivers should try and avoid heavy braking wherever possible. It’s also advisable to take corners gently.

Personal injury claims in North Lanarkshire following RTA’s in snowy conditions

If you are one of the injury victims who wish to launch claims in North Lanarkshire for an injury you sustained in an RTA that was not your fault, you can commission the no win no fee* services of us here at Accident Advice Helpline to assist you with registering your claim.

As well as establishing that the blame for the accident lies with a third party, you will also need to be able to confirm that you received medical attention for the injury you suffered, and that the incident/injury took place within the three years immediately preceding the date you register your claim.

The types of injuries sustained in RTAs vary anywhere from light cases of whiplash injury, to loss of limbs and fatalities. Therefore the amount of compensation that is paid out varies enormously from case to case. If you’d like to establish the amount of compensation that your claim could win for you, you should take the 30-second test using the HOW MUCH compensation calculator that can be found here on this website. Not only will this test indicate whether you’re claim appears to be valid, but if it is, it will also give you an indication of the amount of compensation you could be awarded.

Getting help from Accident Advice Helpline for more complex claims

Some claims are more complex than others and you may find that you need some help and advice on how best to proceed. If that is the case, the best thing to do is to chat to a member of our customer support team. You can do this via the free helpline service that we provide, by calling 0800 689 0500 from any landline here in the UK. There is another number to call, which is best used if you’re calling from a mobile. This number is 0333 500 0993.

The sooner you register your claim, the sooner you’re likely to receive the compensation that you’re due, so why not pick up the phone and get in touch with us today to set the wheels in motion?

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