Every now and then while travelling on a motorway, you may see the aftermath of an accident. A collision on a motorway can be far more serious than one on another road, simply because of the volume of cars and the relative speed they are going at. This means it is possible for several cars to be involved in one accident, with damage done to all of them and the potential for multiple casualties as well.
No matter how safely you drive on the motorway, you can never account for the actions of other people. You may end up being caught up in an accident that was not your fault, and you could therefore suffer from significant injuries that were not your fault either.
How is motorway collision compensation calculated?
This is calculated according to a number of diverse factors. For example, how serious were the injuries sustained by the individual? How many injuries were sustained? Each part of the body has rough estimates for compensation payments depending on the severity of the injury that body part was subjected to. Additional factors that come into play include the consideration of out-of-pocket expenses and any mental and psychological factors resulting from the shock of the accident itself.
Motorway collision compensation can be more accurately calculated when a professional injury compensation lawyer takes a look at your situation. If you are able to make a no win, no fee claim they will advise you of this, and they will guide you through the claims process with as little fuss or worry as possible.
Could you claim compensation for your motorway accident?
If you know someone else was to blame for your accident, you should call Accident Advice Helpline now. You have a three-year period from the date the accident occurred in which to do so. It makes sense to call us if you can, on 0800 689 0500 (this is a free call too).
As soon as we hear from you we can take your details and assess the likelihood of making a claim. If we think you have a promising case our lawyers can take it on according to a no win, no fee claim agreement. We’ll explain more about this when you call, so why not do so now? Our number is a free enquiry line and you can get no-obligation advice as well.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead