Road Safety GB is a national organisation which promotes the safe use of roads with representative groups across Britain. The aim of the organisation is to prevent the number of road collisions as well as to prevent fatalities on the road caused by a lack of education or a lack of awareness. Road Safety GB works with local government road safety teams and also provides opportunities to work with other organisations such as those in the private sector and local communities.
The organisation also works to contribute to research into the causes of road crashes and how best to prevent casualties. National road safety campaigns are led by Road Safety GB and they also work with many employers to promote safe practices on the road. Although they provide an abundance of educational materials, training and actively campaign for safe road use, there are still some people who do not heed the advice available.
The importance of road safety awareness
Organisations like Road Safety GB work tirelessly to promote the important issues surrounding road safety. They also provide education should you feel you need it and provide training where appropriate to help prevent serious accidents and injuries on the road. Fatalities can be devastating to loved ones, particularly if someone else was at fault for the crash or collision. In addition, a driver or other road user will have to live with knowing that he/she has taken a life when this could have easily been prevented. Should you or a loved one have been involved in a road traffic accident that was the fault of another person, you may be entitled to compensation to help you cope with the financial repercussions of your loss or injury.
Claiming personal injury compensation
Accident Advice Helpline can assist you should you wish to pursue a compensation claim for a road traffic accident that was the fault of someone else. Where there is evidence that another party was at fault for an accident which caused you an injury, we can help you to claim compensation to help you cope financially with your pain and any losses you may have sustained. As we operate under a no win, no fee policy, we guarantee that you can only benefit if you win some compensation with our help. We offer no-obligation advice over our helpline on 0800 689 0500 or you can make a claim via our 30-second test online.
Date Published: August 21, 2014
Author: David Brown