Criss-crossed with an intricate network of major, urban and rural roads, Hull is often the scene of more or less serious accidents on the road. While roads as such are rarely to blame for such tragic incidents, some roads do carry a greater risk of potential traffic accidents than others.
The A1079, for example, is frequently the scene of motoring accidents. This road was, in fact, named as one of Britain’s 10 top dangerous roads in 2007. Another hotspot for road accidents is the A165 leading from Hull to Bridlington. This road used to carry a speed limit of 60 mph, but after a series of serious vehicle accidents involving overtaking at high speeds, the limit was reduced to 40 mph.
Car crash injuries
As mentioned above, the roads in question are not necessarily responsible for the many accidents that have occurred. More often than not, driver errors, excessive speeds (especially in bad weather conditions) and/or lack of attention were ultimately the cause of vehicle collisions.
Those injured by motoring accidents may be entitled to claim for compensation if the injuries they incurred were the result of another road user’s mistake. Claims can be initiated by anyone and will necessitate provision of supporting evidence. This includes witness statements; statements by attending police officers or medical personnel; photos of the scene (wherever possible) and documentation of the injured party’s injuries. Seeking medical attention immediately after car crash is therefore, essential as medical records will provide this type of evidence.
Claiming for compensation
Accident Advice Helpline assists injured individuals in establishing claim eligibility, gathering the necessary evidence to support a claim and throughout the claim process. Established many years ago, this law firm has lawyers specialising in claims for compensation involving:
- Driver injuries
- Passenger injuries
- Pedestrian and cycling injuries
- Motorcycling injuries
It is even possible to claim compensation following accidents involving uninsured or untraced drivers.
No win no fee* claims
Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the company’s helpline can be called via a free phone number. Advisors are helpful, friendly and experienced. Initial advice on claim eligibility is free, and claims are handled by the company’s legal team on a strict no win no fee* basis. This means claimants pay nothing until their claim has been successfully concluded. Conditional fee agreements ensure claimants do not have to worry about the additional financial burden of trying to fund claim procedures.
Date Published: July 8, 2014
Author: Accident Advice