Road traffic accidents often lead to serious injuries, and if you’ve suffered personal injury in a car crash, you may find yourself spending time in hospital or at the very least taking time off work to recover from your injuries.
From cuts and bruises to serious head injuries, a personal injury in a car crash can be sustained through no fault of your own, and if somebody else caused your accident, they should be held responsible for your injuries.
That’s not all though – they could be ordered to pay you personal injury compensation if you make a claim for compensation within three years of your accident. Looking for a reputable personal injury lawyer?
Accident Advice Helpline has 15 years’ experience helping members of the public to claim compensation after a personal injury in a car crash and we could help you too.
How have you been injured?
It may be that you have suffered life-changing injuries after a car crash, such as:
- Head injuries including brain injury
- Loss of limbs
- Spinal injuries
- Facial injuries
- Burns – for example, if your vehicle catches on fire
Or you may have escaped with minor injuries such as concussion, cuts and bruises, broken bones, whiplash or strains and sprains. However you have been injured, think about how your accident happened. Perhaps a speeding driver ploughed into your vehicle or a van ignored a red light and collided with your car.
It could be that a driver fell asleep at the wheel or was distracted by their mobile phone or MP3 player whilst they were driving – they could be held liable for your injuries. We provide confidential, no-obligation advice to our customers, so if you think you could be eligible to claim compensation, call us today.
How much compensation could you get?
You can find out how much compensation you could get by taking the 30-second test on Accident Advice Helpline’s website. Bear in mind that the amount of compensation you’ll get takes into account:
- The severity of your injuries
- Your pain and suffering
- How your injuries will impact your future (if applicable)
- Any medical expenses or the cost of medical care and treatment in the future
- Loss of earnings
Call our freephone helpline today on 0800 689 0500 and get advice from our expert personal injury advisers.
If you decide to proceed with a claim, you’ll be pleased to know that our lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee* basis.
Date Published: August 10, 2015
Author: Paula Beaton
Category: Car accident claims