Unless a car runs straight off the road, there is a good chance a motorway accident could involve several vehicles. The speed of the vehicles also means there may be little time for people to take evasive action if one or more cars is involved in an accident in front of them.
The speed of the vehicles on a motorway also means the injuries sustained to anyone involved in an accident could be quite serious. It is normal for emergency services to be called out to an accident of this nature, to assess those involved and to ensure everyone is able to get expert and fast medical attention when they need it most.
Have you thought about claiming compensation?
When you are caught up in this kind of accident, the shock is hard to quantify. You may feel completely shocked and upset by the turn of events, and be replaying it over and over in your mind. If you know someone else caused it to happen however, you should consider the thought of claiming motorway injury compensation.
Your life may well change as a result of an accident like this. Even if you were fairly lucky and did not sustain any serious injuries that were life-threatening or life-changing, you may still have suffered injuries that will affect you for the foreseeable future. A simple broken leg, seatbelt bruising and concussion can all happen and they will all need to be dealt with. Each injury could also entitle you to get motorway injury compensation as well.
Find out for sure whether you could claim
The team at Accident Advice Helpline is proud to have assisted thousands of other people who have suffered injuries that were not their fault. Perhaps we could assist you as well if you give us a call as soon as possible.
Calling us on 0800 689 0500 puts you through on our free enquiry line. When we take your details we can advise you of whether we think you could claim compensation. If you have a strong argument to make for compensation, our lawyers could agree to represent you according to a no win, no fee claims process. You’ll get the chance to ask any questions you have and to share any evidence you have of what happened as well. Get in touch now and find out more about our service.
Date Published: November 30, 2015
Author: Allison Whitehead