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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 for being hurt by a driver on drugs

    Being involved in any kind of accident tends to evoke lots of feelings and emotions, even if the accident is not a serious one. However, if you were not the one responsible for causing the accident, yet you were injured as a result, the feelings you might get would be very different than if you….

    Compensation for motorway speeding accidents

    Motorways have the highest speed limit of all the roads in the UK. The vast majority of drivers will adhere to these speed limits, going either at 70mph or just under depending on their vehicle and the road conditions. However, a small minority of drivers might be tempted to go over the speed limit –….

    Compensation for crashing into roadworks

    Roadworks can be an inconvenience to many drivers, but they can usually be passed without incident. They may cause traffic levels to be high or they may force you to take a different route for a little while but the roads do go back to normal eventually. Roadworks should only take place in an area….

    Compensation for motorway accident injuries

    With around 85,000 vehicles using the UK’s motorways every day and around 800 serious accidents a year on motorways, it’s easy to see why driving on a motorway could be more dangerous than on another type of road. 90% of all motorway accidents are caused by driver error – here are some of the most….

    Compensation for a dangerous road collision

    A dangerous road collision may occur for many reasons, but there may be someone at fault for the accident. This could be because they were driving recklessly or it could be because they were travelling well over the speed limit. Many people do not realise that the speed limit is not designed to be a….

    Compensation for a collision with a ‘white van man’

    Fleet operators have a duty of care to other road users when they send their drivers out on the roads. Unfortunately, many recent surveys have found that a number of fleet operators do not teach their drivers basic road safety and hazard awareness before sending them out to drive for their company. In addition, a….

    Claiming compensation for a fatal road accident

    Dangerous driving can cause a collision with another vehicle or it can cause a pedestrian or cyclist to be knocked over. The majority of road accidents cause serious injuries to those involved, but in the worst cases, there may be a fatality. Road accidents that involve a fatality are often caused by one or more….

    Fire engine injury advice

    Whether you are a member of the public or a fireman, fire engine injury advice is applicable to any accident sustained by or when travelling in a fire engine. Fire engines frequently travel at high speeds through dangerous traffic, heading for risky and volatile situations, and injuries are always a possibility. If you have been….

    The most common bad driving habits

    What kinds of bad driving habits drive you mad? Tailgating is one of the most frustrating – and dangerous – bad habits some drivers are faced with when they drive on the roads. Even if you are a good driver you may still come across other drivers who are not as responsible and can put….

    What is the Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA)?

    The Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ORSA) is an alliance of police forces, trade unions, employers, local authorities and trade and professional associations. Its aim is to raise awareness of road safety at work and help businesses to manage road safety risks more efficiently. Founded on 29th April 2002, the ORSA was once made up of….

    Road Safety Guide – Long-distance driving

    Every now and then you may have the need to drive for a much longer distance than you would normally. Long-distance driving makes it more likelythat  the driver will be involved in an accident, since there is an increased chance of them becoming tired and much less alert. If you know you are going to….

    Road Safety Guide – Driving through roadworks

    Driving through roadworks isn’t something you will have to do every day. It helps to be alert to potential roadworks in your neighbourhood or en route to work so you can plan an alternative route if at all possible. Getting delayed leads some drivers to become impatient, and that can mean making poor decisions on….

    Road safety guide – driving on flooded roads

    Flooded roads are a common-enough occurrence in the UK that everyone should be aware of how to drive safely in flooded conditions. Did you know that drowning in a vehicle accounts for 32% of all flood-related deaths, or that just two feet of standing water is enough to float your car? Even experienced drivers can….

    Caravan accident advice

    If you have suffered an accident involving a caravan, you may want to seek caravan accident advice to find out whether or not you are able to claim for compensation. Who to contact for advice For caravan injury advice you should contact personal injury specialists such as Accident Advice Helpline. Here at Accident Advice Helpline….

    Safe Driving Guide – Spotting Dangerous Driving Areas

    We all know the act of driving can bring us into situations where our lives could be at risk. We have all seen the consequences of bad driving decisions that have resulted in accidents, causing injury and worse to those responsible and to other innocent parties. In order to be a more responsible driver, it….

    Safe Driving Guide – The Dangers of Driving Angry

    We hear a lot about the dangers of driving while under the influence of drink or drugs, or in a car that is not roadworthy. However we don’t tend to hear much about driving angry and yet this can potentially be just as big a danger. You are no doubt familiar with road rage and….

    Safe Driving Guide – Why Mobiles Cause Accidents

    Did you know that one in four car accidents are caused by mobile phone use whilst driving? That’s around 1.3 million accidents in the UK each year. Of these, only 5% are caused by texting. Whilst it’s illegal to talk or text without using a hands-free kit, almost 10,000 drivers in the UK were caught….

    Safe Driving Guide – Anticipating Dangers Ahead

    One of the factors responsible for many road traffic accidents is failing to anticipate dangers or spot hazards. Defensive driving is a term which is often used when you first learn to drive – this type of driving is where you prepare yourself for dangers and anticipate hazards so that you are ready to react,….

    Road accident risk cut over festive period

    A road safety charity has praised police for their hard work in reducing drink-related road traffic accidents over Christmas and New Year. In addition, Brake welcomed latest figures showing that drink-drive arrests dipped over the period even though the number of breath tests taken increased. Around 6,550 motorists were arrested in the month-long police enforcement….

    How to prevent rush hour accidents

    Statistics from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents show that the most dangerous times to drive are between 3pm and 6pm, and 7am and 9am. If you’re driving in the rush hour, don’t become a statistic. Here are some simple ways to avoid road traffic accidents at peak times. Preventing rush hour car….

    Injuries suffered by passengers in road accidents

    If you’re travelling as a passenger in a taxi, on public transport or in a private vehicle such as a car or van, or even riding as a passenger on a motorcycle, you could be eligible to claim for compensation if you’re injured as a result of driver negligence. This could relate to the driver….

    Top 5 ways to stay safe on the road this winter

    The 2012/13 winter season saw the UK covered in snow right up until one week before British Summer Time was set to begin in March. With the Met Office forecasting another trembling winter season for 2013/14 the savviest drivers are getting set for what could be a particularly demanding driving season. Prevent a road traffic….

    Road accidents caused by rain after dry periods

    Prolonged dry periods tend to result in the accumulation of dust, often accompanied by traces of fuel and/or oil on road surfaces. With the onset of rain, these elements combine to form a potentially lethal film. Road accidents The film generated by rain is particularly dangerous if the rain is comparatively light. Heavy rain will….

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