Whether you commute to work every day in your car or use your car occasionally on the weekends for supermarket shopping, there is the potential for an accident to occur at any time.
It doesn’t matter that you pride yourself on being a safe driver – other drivers may not be paying as much attention to the road as you are and they could cause an accident which could leave you injured.
There are plenty of instances where a car accident causing injuries has left victims seriously hurt. You could be lucky enough to escape with cuts, bruises and whiplash. Or you may be left with injuries which change the rest of your life, such as a head injury, spinal injury or facial injuries which could lead to scarring.
Who’s responsible for your accident?
You might not think this matters, but it does. A car accident causing injuries could be your own fault, but if the other driver is to blame, then they could be held liable for your injuries and ordered to pay you personal injury compensation.
Depending on the extent of your injuries and how they have affected your life, this could be a substantial sum which could help you to pay household bills and for any medical treatment needed whilst you are off work recovering from your injuries.
If you’re not sure who is responsible for your accident, you can trust Accident Advice Helpline to establish who’s at fault. We will gather evidence from a range of sources including witness statements, police reports and medical assessments to work out whether you have a viable personal injury claim and how much compensation you should be awarded if so. You could take the 30-second test on our website right now, for an idea of how much your personal injury settlement could be, if your claim is successful.
What happens next?
If you get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline within three years of your accident occurring, we can tell you whether you are eligible to claim personal injury compensation. Whether you have been struck on a motorway by a speeding driver or been involved in a rear-end collision in icy conditions, you could be compensated for your injuries.
Call our 24/7 freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 and you’ll benefit from our 15 years’ experience and confidential, no-obligation advice from our expert advisers. Not to mention our 100% no win, no fee service. Call today – what have you got to lose?