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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Category : Road Traffic Accident Claims

    Compensation from being rear-ended in a crash


    One minute you’re driving along the motorway – even if you’re not getting very far in all this traffic – the next, you’re rear-ended in a crash as another vehicle smashes into you from behind. This type of accident is very common, and even at slow speeds or when stationary, you could sustain neck and….

    Compensation for rolling vehicle accidents


    We’ve all heard stories in the news of rolling vehicle accidents, where a vehicle’s handbrake fails and it rolls down the hill, often hitting other vehicles and/or pedestrians in its wake. But what if you have been involved in this type of accident? Who is to blame? Rolling vehicle accidents are often nobody’s fault, but….

    Compensation for road surfacing injuries


    Every now and then a road will degrade so much it will need to be resurfaced. This is done by professionals who know how to prepare the road for resurfacing as well as how to apply the new surface. They will follow all health and safety regulations that apply to this type of work in….

    Compensation for a fail to stop traffic collision


    A fail to stop traffic collision is a serious offence, and if you have been struck by another vehicle which has fled the scene, you’ll need to call the police and also an ambulance if you have been injured. The police will normally carry out an investigation and appeal for witnesses to your fail to….

    Compensation for being trapped under a vehicle


    There is little more terrifying than being trapped under a vehicle after a road traffic accident – particularly if the vehicle in question is an HGV. Accidents of this nature can leave you not only suffering from serious life-changing injuries, but also from psychological scarring that could affect your ability to drive and be independent….

    Compensation for road death or serious injury


    Whenever anyone heads out as a pedestrian or a driver, or even a biker or cyclist, they do not expect to be involved in an accident of any kind. However, road death or serious injury are very real prospects that occur up and down the country throughout the year. While such instances are rare, they….

    Accidents caused by goods falling from vehicles


    According to figures issued by the Highways Agency, more than 22,000 so-called ‘road impact accidents’ took place because of objects that had fallen from vehicles in 2013 alone. The worst-case scenario would be for someone to be involved in an accident because an object hit their car or because they hit the object or swerved….

    Compensation for injuries caused by a road collision


    When you are involved in a road collision, either as a driver, a pedestrian or a cyclist, you may receive injuries. Pedestrians and cyclists are often at greater risk of injury when they are involved in an accident, since they do not have as much protection as the average driver, regardless of the vehicle involved. In….

    Compensation for dangerous country driving


    You might think that driving in the city centre, or on motorways, is more dangerous than a Sunday drive on rural roads. But did you know that there’s actually a greater chance of being involved in fatal collision on a rural road than on an urban one? In 2010, 1,064 people were killed on rural….

    Compensation for being injured by a reversing lorry


    Anyone who has been injured by a reversing lorry may well consider themselves fortunate not to have sustained more serious damage. A lorry can cause accidents for a number of reasons. It may be that the driver has not realised that there was anyone behind the vehicle while reversing. In some instances there are warning….

    Compensation for reckless overtaking accidents


    Reckless overtaking accidents are particularly dangerous. In order to get past a slow-moving vehicle, the motorist in question must stomp his foot down. This can be a safe enough manoeuvre conducted in the correct circumstances, on a long and straight stretch of road, with a clear view of oncoming traffic. But in other conditions it….

    Compensation for long-term crash injuries


    The severity of vehicle collisions can often lead to a lengthy process of recuperation. When there are long-term crash injuries, the victim can be left suffering the effects of mental trauma long after the incident. A car crash is always sudden, often happening out of the blue, taking everyone involved by surprise. The range of….

    Compensation for injured motorists


    Being involved in a road traffic accident could mean you’re left facing a huge repair bill for your vehicle – but it could also leave you seriously injured. The good news is that if you’re involved in an accident which wasn’t your fault, you could claim personal injury compensation. It’s fairly simple for injured motorists….

    Compensation for crashing into a road sign


    Road traffic accidents have the potential to occur at any time, even when we think we are driving safely. In fact, 90% of all accidents on the UK’s roads are due to driver error and if you are considering claiming compensation after crashing into a road sign, you might want to stop and think about….

    Compensation for overtaking crashes


    Motorways and A-roads are high-speed areas and all drivers should follow the flow of traffic to ensure that they do not slow any other road users down. On occasion, there may be a need to overtake if there is a driver in front travelling at a lower speed and the manoeuvre should be no more….

    Compensation for injured lorry drivers


    It goes without saying that people who drive lorries for a living will face far more potential hazards than any of their friends or family who work in offices. There are many situations that can lead to injured lorry drivers. Strain can occur to muscles on the neck or back while loading or unloading the….

    Compensation for injuries caused by risky overtaking


    Making poor road decisions can easily lead to a road traffic accident and you could sustain injuries as a result. In addition, you could injure, or even kill, another road user just by making one poor decision. It is important to keep as aware of your surroundings as possible when using dual carriageways, roundabouts, motorways….

    Compensation for an accident on the A39


    The A39 is a major road that always sees a lot of traffic. It runs through the south-west of England, taking in such places as Barnstaple, Camelford, Wadebridge and Truro, before heading down to Penryn. Many people use the road as it is a major through route to reach many places throughout Devon and Cornwall…..

    Compensation for company driver injuries


    Being involved in any car collision is traumatic enough, but there are various reasons why having an accident during working hours, with an official vehicle, is especially so. A company car, emblazoned with the name and contact details of the relevant organisation, is a way for the employer to get his firm recognised. Those driving….

    Compensation for a road accident involving a tanker


    There are certain driving situations where vehicles are more vulnerable to being involved in accidents than others. These situations include treacherous road surfaces – for instance, after heavy rainfall that has resulted in flooding – or during poor visibility. Another element to consider is the nature of the traffic. Large lorries are particularly susceptible to….

    Compensation for accidents caused by speeding


    Every driver should be aware that every road in the UK has a maximum speed limit applied to it. This could be anything from 20mph in built-up areas, especially around schools and similar places, to the standard 70mph on motorways. However this should always be viewed as a maximum and not the actual speed you….

    Compensation for injuries caused by street racing


    Street racing might seem like a fun hobby, but the UK’s streets are not designed for this type of driving at speed. Tight corners, narrow roads and poor weather conditions can all combine to create a dangerous environment where accidents could easily occur. Street racers often ignore speed limits and road signs, and they may….

    Compensation for a commuter road accident


    Many people find that it is easier and cheaper to stay in another area close to work and make the commute every day. Public transport is often a cheaper alternative to paying high rent prices in certain areas and it is often less stressful than driving to work. However, there are plenty of people who….


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