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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Every Car Accident Is Someone’s Fault

    Road traffic accidents are an unfortunate part of modern life, but they happen all too often and can result in serious injuries. One of the problems with dealing with the aftermath is deciding who was to blame for the collision in question. Compensation is one of the ways in which we can claim some financial help following such an incident, but who was to blame? Accident Advice Helpline can offer assistance during this time, but you first need to ascertain which party was at fault.

    Who was in the wrong?

    There are many laws that are in place on our roads, and these are there for very good reasons. Should one motorist decide to flout these rules, they can place themselves, and others, in great danger. Although these incidents do not always result in a collision, they are raising the odds greatly. This is why it is very important to find out what each driver was doing immediately prior to the accident. Quite often we can deduce that one, or more, vehicle was actually driving somewhat dangerously before the collision took place. Perhaps one vehicle decided to run a red light, because they were in a hurry, and this may have caused the accident. Or maybe a driver was using their mobile phone at the time of the incident, a very common issue these days. This is why witnesses are vital, as they can often shed some much-needed light on the whole event.

    Vehicle Collision Details

    This is usually a big clue as to who was at fault during the time of the accident. If one car is hit in the rear end by the following car, it is usually the driver of the second car who is to blame. This is because the driver of the trailing car should be paying attention and leaving enough space between the two cars. If a car appears to have been hit in the side by another vehicle, whilst pulling out of a junction, it is probably their fault. This indicates that the driver of the struck car was possibly not paying attention before entering the main road. Of course there are many smaller factors that may affect the claim results. Try to get as many notes as possible and see if any witnesses can come forward.

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    If you have been involved in such an accident, you should contact a specialist law firm for some expert help. Accident Advice Helpline can help you and they have a 30-second test that will tell you if you are due compensation. We will treat your case in a confidential manner and you can call us 24/7 on our freephone number, we are waiting for your call.

    Date Published: October 4, 2013

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Car accident claims

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