Whether you’re the world’s most cautious driver or have just passed your test, you could be involved in a car crash at any time – how? Well, other drivers are not necessarily as careful on the roads as you are and if you are unlucky enough to be involved in a collision with a dangerous driver, you could be left injured.
Victims of a car crash do have some rights though – if the accident was somebody else’s fault, there’s the possibility of making a personal injury claim.
What happened to you?
Imagine the scene – you’re driving to the office when out of nowhere a van runs a red light and ploughs into your vehicle, leaving you with a broken arm and whiplash.
Or perhaps you’re running the kids to school when another car rear-ends you on the motorway, trapping you and your family inside your vehicle.
In a high-speed crash you could suffer serious injuries to your head, back, neck and legs which could even leave you paralysed or fighting for your life.
Whether you or those you love have been victims of a car crash, claiming compensation with Accident Advice Helpline couldn’t be easier. We have been helping people since 2000 and we provide a 100% no win, no fee* service.
Should you make a claim?
Absolutely, if your accident has been caused by somebody else, you should claim the compensation you’re entitled to. Nowadays, with talk of ‘compensation culture’ sweeping the nation, it’s easy to feel bad about making a claim, but why should you suffer physically, emotionally and financially because somebody else was speeding and hit your vehicle?
Whether you’ve suffered broken bones, cuts and bruises after being hit by another car or have been left disabled after a collision with a HGV, we can help you claim personal injury compensation that can help you out financially.
Your health is the most important thing after your accident, and if you have needed time off work to recover, loss of wages is going to affect you financially.
We can help with that and get you the compensation you deserve to pay your household bills and cover any medical expenses whilst you focus on returning to full health.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 and find out if you’re eligible to make a personal injury claim. Our team of personal injury advisors are on hand to offer confidential, no-obligation advice.
Date Published: September 1, 2015
Author: Paula Beaton
Category: Car accident claims