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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

    Health and Safety News

    Free road safety webinar run by Brake

    By David Brown on October 8, 2014

    Road safety charity Brake held a road safety webinar on Tuesday 16th September in a bid to help companies increase driver safety on the road. The road safety webinar, which was hosted online, saw Brake’s Pledge training offered online for the first time, and fleets across the UK were encouraged to sign up for the free training. The course, aimed at driver trainers and managers, offered practical tools and training to enable participants to encourage safe driving in their workplace.

    The road safety webinar, run as a series of online webinars by a qualified trainer from Brake, covered six principles of safe driving:

    • Sober – free from drugs and alcohol
    • Slow – within speed limits
    • Secure – wearing a seat belt and in a safe vehicle
    • Silent – mobile phone off and out of reach
    • Sharp – Not ill, tired or with poor eyesight
    • Sustainable – only when you have to

    Interactive learning materials were available to all participants and another Pledge webinar is scheduled for Tuesday 2nd December 2014.

    Reducing road traffic accidents

    Road safety charities such as Brake run campaigns to reduce road traffic accidents across the UK, and these are usually very effective. No matter how safe our roads are, accidents still have the potential to happen, and if you are involved in an accident which was someone else’s fault, did you know you may be able to claim compensation for your injuries? Careless drivers speeding or using their mobile phone at the wheel are a major cause of accidents, and if you have been involved in a collision with a distracted driver, you usually have three years in which to make a claim for compensation.

    Act quickly, call a personal injury lawyer

    It’s important you don’t let time slip away and miss the three year time limit in which you can claim compensation for your injuries. Get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today and we can usually tell you within 30 seconds whether you’re able to make a claim. Our team has 14 years’ experience handling claims for accident compensation, so no matter how you have been injured, we can help you. It’s easy to get in touch – just pick up the phone and call our freephone helpline; we’re open 24/7. You don’t even need to worry about upfront fees, as all our professional personal injury lawyers work on a 100% no win, no fee* basis – that’s another load off your mind.

    Source: Fleet World 

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    Date Published: October 8, 2014

    Author: David Brown

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