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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

    Personal injury claims as a pedestrian


    As more and more of us choose to drive everywhere there are fewer pedestrians on the streets than there ever has been. This only means however, that drivers are less used to dealing with them and as such, pedestrian injuries are just as common as they ever have been. The government has done its best to stem the tide of pedestrian casualties by increasing the amount of speed cameras and traffic lights on UK roads but the sad fact of the matter is that many drivers still haven’t learned their lessons and the ones who end up paying the price for their ignorance is invariably the pedestrians.

    Being a pedestrian in a world that appears to be moving faster by the day is not easy but it is healthy and you should not be chastised or put at risk because you have made a positive decision. Many of us would climb in our cars to pop round the corner shop for a pint of milk but studies have shown that just 30 minutes of exercise a day can have major health benefits. Unfortunately however more often than not, sloth wins out over good intentions.

    Of course pedestrian injuries can often prove fatal or life changing, and if the worst does happen, surely as the victim, you and your family deserve some kind of recompense. At the Accident Advice Helpline, we specialise in personal injury claims, which means that our sole operating goal is to help those who have been injured blamelessly at the hands of a third party claim the compensations they deserve for their injuries.

    Pedestrian claims with the Accident Advice Helpline

    If you’ve been involved in an accident as a pedestrian it’s likely that it was not only your bones that were bruised, no doubt your confidence took quite a blow too. The Accident Advice Helpline understands this and understands that taking those first crucial steps towards filing for compensation can seem frightening at first. That’s why we employ only the most friendly, compassionate advisors to man our 24-hour hotline. They will take all of the specifics of your accident without passing judgement and will give you a no-obligation quote that you can then choose to follow up with our team of specialist lawyers and solicitors.

    The Accident Advice Helpline is a personal injury claim specialist law firm that not only works with pedestrian injury. We also deal with all manner of road accidents as well as workplace accidents, medical malpractice and any cases where a victim of another person’s negligence has experienced injustice.

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    Date Published: October 20, 2013

    Author: David Brown

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