Making road traffic accident claims in Staffordshire Moorlands
Every year in Britain, there are thousands of road traffic accidents caused that leave innocent drivers, passengers and pedestrians injured. Many accidents could have been avoided if only other drivers had behaved differently. Indeed, many road traffic accidents could have been prevented altogether if only more attention had been paid. Accident Advice Helpline have secured millions of pounds in compensation; much of it due to avoidable road traffic accidents. Those considering making personal injury claims in Staffordshire Moorlands should contact us today.
Whether the driver, passenger or pedestrian in a road traffic accident, you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation if the accident was not your fault. For more information on making personal injury claims in Staffordshire Moorlands, call Accident Advice Helpline on the numbers provided below.
A distinct lack of concentration caused the accident
Many drivers like to play music in the car as they drive. There is no law against this practice and there hasn’t been since car radios were first introduced back in the 1930s. However, just as trying to use a mobile telephone in a car can be a distraction, so too can listening to music.
While listening to music isn’t illegal as we have said; it can be a point of distraction. This is particularly the case if the music is played too loud. Studies have proven that in many cases, the louder the music is played the more likely it is for the driver to suffer lapses in concentration.
Campaigners have tried – with no success at the present time – to have it made illegal to play music in motor vehicles. Where trying to make a mobile telephone call in a moving vehicle has been illegal since 2003; no such law applies to listening to music.
It isn’t just playing the music that can be distracting however. There is also changing radio channels, adjusting the volume levels or skipping tracks on a CD. All of these, while appearing to be modest and inconsequential tasks, can distract the driver from their main aim which is to concentrate on the road ahead.
Accident Advice Helpline will handle your claim
As the victim of a road traffic accident that occurred through a lack of concentration, Accident Advice Helpline can undertake to secure compensation on your behalf. Call us today on our freephone number 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile call us on 0333 500 0993 (but not whilst in a moving vehicle!). Our team of advisers will provide you with personal injury advice when you call and can determine if you have a claim for compensation to answer.
Since 2000, our no win no fee* solicitors have been securing compensation for the victims of road traffic accidents. The compensation awarded to those accident victims has been secured on a 100% no win no fee* guarantee. We have been endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen DBE and have been able to secure the right levels of compensation depending on the injuries sustained.
For further information on making a personal injury claim, as well as personal injury advice provided freely, call our team today.