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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 injuries caused by dangerous teen drivers

    Teen drivers are amongst the most dangerous on the roads – whilst there are those who drive safely, at any age, there are boy racers and others who speed and could put the lives of others at risk. In fact, 12% of those hurt or killed in car crashes were involved in a collision with….

    Compensation for being rear-ended

    Being involved in a road accident can be a traumatic experience, particularly if you are a safe driver. The issues which commonly cause road accidents are frequently discussed among road safety groups and campaigners, yet still people are involved in traffic accidents every day. Many people may not be aware of the common causes behind….

    Compensation for those bereaved by a road accident

    Road accidents can be devastating for the sufferer, particularly if they have suffered life-changing injuries and are now unable to carry out their daily activities as they would have before. However, there are also more serious road traffic accidents which cause fatalities and there are many families out there who are left behind grieving for….

    Compensation for accidents on city roads

    Road safety is extremely important in a city environment, particularly when traffic is congested and people are in a hurry during rush hour. A little patience goes a long way and practising safe driving is the best way to avoid being involved in an accident. Accidents on city roads can be prevented using certain traffic….

    Compensation for an HGV-related accident

    Heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) are a common sight on our roads and motorways. Drivers have to be qualified to drive these vehicles and to steer and brake sensibly and keep to the legal speed limits. They must also be prepared for all kinds of road types and surfaces and to know how to negotiate difficult….

    Compensation for a multi-vehicle motorway accident

    Every day hundreds of thousands of people have a reason to travel on one of the UK’s motorways. They could be going to work or possibly even going on holiday, not to mention travelling for one of a million other possible reasons. However the one thing none of them would be expecting would be to….

    Compensation for a multi-vehicle pile-up

    Most of us have read about road accidents of one type or another at some point. These can potentially take place on a variety of different roads depending on the situations involved. Another thing that can change is the number of vehicles involved. For example, in some cases only a single vehicle will be involved….

    Compensation for an injury caused by a speeding driver

    We all remember the “Kill your speed” campaigns on television, and it’s true that by slowing down, you could save a life. The faster you are driving, the more likely somebody is to be seriously injured or even killed if they are struck by your vehicle. If you or a member of your family has….

    Compensation for being injured by reckless police driving

    Many of us use our roads on a daily basis. Whether it’s to get to work, pick up the kids on the school run or nip to the shops, it’s something which we all take for granted. This means that the chances of being involved in a road traffic accident arise. Many accidents are minor….

    Compensation for a deadly road accident

    Road safety should be a priority for all drivers but employers should also have a policy in place if they operate vehicles as part of their business. Drivers who operate working vehicles should be trained to do so, particularly if they are heavy goods vehicles. A good health and safety policy surrounding a fleet should….

    What is Road Safety Week 2014?

    Road Safety Week 2014 will take place between 17th and 23rd November 2014. It aims to highlight the need for every road user to take care and to be considerate of others when driving or using the roads. According to the charity Brake, there are five deaths on UK roads every single day. Furthermore there….

    What is the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety?

    The UN Decade of Action for Road Safety launched on the 11th May 2011 and aims to stabilise and reduce the number of traffic fatalities across the globe by 2020. The UN Decade of Action was launched by the UN General Assembly and is supported by 100 countries. Some facts you may not know: 90%….

    What is the Make Roads Safe Campaign?

    The Make Roads Safe Campaign is a campaign for road safety across the globe. Every day, thousands of preventable injuries and deaths occur on the world’s roads. The campaign launched in 2006 and has been approved by the UN for a Decade of Action for Road Safety, which will take place from 2011 to 2020…..

    Road Safety Guide – Driving on mountain roads

    Unless you happen to live in a mountainous area there is a good chance you have never had much experience of driving on mountain roads. They are more challenging to tackle than the average flat and familiar road where you live, and this means it requires even more concentration and focus on your part. For….

    Mobile phones when driving – the law

    Some people are unaware of the law with regard to using mobile phones when driving. Certainly, you see people virtually every day using a mobile phone while on the roads, and yet it is very dangerous to do so and illegal too. As the law stands you would be breaking the law if you used….

    What is the Road Safety Foundation?

    The Road Safety Foundation (RSF) is a UK charity whose aims are to reduce casualties in road traffic accidents through examining vehicles, road infrastructure and driver behaviour. Since 2004, the RSF has led the establishment of the European Road Assessment Programme (EuroRAP) in the UK and abroad. Founded in 1986, the RSF published over 30….

    Road sweeper accident claim

    Keeping our streets clear of rubbish can be a risky business where cars, buses, and commercial vehicles are constantly passing by, so you might not be surprised to learn that Accident Advice Helpline receives regular enquiries relating to road sweeper accident claims. If you have been injured by a vehicle or perhaps by simply tripping….

    Safe Driving Guide – Using Your Mirrors

    When you learn to drive you learn about using your mirrors to assess where you are, how to manoeuvre the car and to learn who is around you. As such using your mirrors is an essential part of being safe in your car and minimising the chances of having an accident. Unfortunately the more experience….

    Road safety clamp down to promote road safety

    More than 500 Met Police officers will be testing drivers over a two week period to promote road safety during the World Cup. The road safety clamp down will focus on younger drivers who may have been drinking while watching the World Cup but officers will also be issuing advice and penalty charges when necessary….

    In focus: Road Safety Week 2013

    Road Safety Week 2013 ran from 18th to 24th November 2013, with the theme of ‘Tune In’; aimed to encourage drivers to tune into road safety and minimise their risk of involvement in a road traffic accident. Modern day accidents on the road Road Safety Week reported that driver distraction was ‘a major cause of….

    How to claim for rush hour accidents

    At Accident Advice Helpline, we aim to guide you through every single step of the claim-making process. That’s why we publish these handy guides, in order to make the process as transparent and as efficient as possible. Road traffic accidents in rush hour If you’ve been involved in a road traffic collision during rush hour,….

    How to prevent winter driving accidents

    Driving during the winter months can be dangerous and stressful, and if weather conditions are particularly hazardous, you should pay attention to warnings and try to postpone your journey until things improve, wherever possible. However, if you really do have to drive when it’s icy or snowing outside, there are some steps you can take….

    The top 5 most polluted cities on Earth

    In October 2013 the World Health Organisation published a report which linked air pollution to lung cancer. Obviously this is an extreme case of public areas causing personal illnesses, but Accidents in public, be they slips, trips and falls, or the inhalation of damaging fuels in polluted cities, are a serious concern for citizens all….

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