Getting children to and from school can be very hectic and stressful, and many injuries occur during the school run each year. At Accident Advice Helpline, we have vast experience in helping people claim for accidents that have occurred due to people speeding on the school run. If you or your child have been hurt by a car because of someone speeding on the school run, we are waiting to hear from you.
Have you or your child been hurt by someone speeding on the school run?
Many accidents occurring on the school run are caused by parked vehicles, speeding, distraction, fatigue and cyclists. It’s only right to expect you and your child to be able to complete the school run without an accident occurring. If an injury has been sustained on the school run and it wasn’t your fault, there’s a big chance we could be able to help you claim compensation. If an adult has been hurt on the school run, they will have three years from the date of the accident to claim. Children have until their 21st birthday to take action. We work on a no-win, no-fee* basis and you do not need any money to start a claim with us.
Speeding on the school run can occur when drivers are in a race against time and need to get to where they are going quickly. Accidents can be avoided by setting off earlier to give you enough time to get to work. If you do drive too fast, you may find it impossible to stop in time when you need to, and you could cause a serious accident or even a death through speeding. Many cyclists have been hurt or caused accidents on the school run because of the way they need to weave through traffic.
Do you have sufficient evidence?
We have worked on a huge number of school run-related cases over the years and have been doing so since we were first founded in 2000. We will work with you to gather together as much evidence as we need to make the claim successful, including witness contact details, photographs of injuries and medical reports. You or your child need to have seen a medical professional about your injuries so we can proceed. Call us today on 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 (mobile) today to find out more.
Date Published: May 11, 2017
Author: Accident Advice