Injured in a road traffic accident?
Road traffic accidents are a daily cause of injuries up and down the country. Irrespective of where you may live, what type of vehicle you may drive and how much it cost, you may find yourself involved in an accident on the roads which was caused through no fault of your own.
As a consequence, you may become injured as a result with a period of hospitalisation and recuperation to contend with. A road traffic accident can have far reaching implications for all parties involved. Indeed, whilst having a vehicle that is damaged may be inconvenient, any personal injury will take considerably longer to repair and recover from than a motor repair.
If you, as the driver of a vehicle, or a passenger or pedestrian involved in a road traffic accident, have been injured through no fault of your own within the last 3 years, then you may be legally entited to pursue a claim for personal injury by making Abergele car accident claims.
Causes of road traffic accidents
Road traffic accidents are rarely caused by one factor alone. Often many factors contribute to an accident occurring on the roads and the injured party may not have actually caused the accident in the first place.
- Driving at excessive speeds for the road conditions
- Driving at excessive speeds for the weather conditions
- Driving whilst under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Mechanical failure of a vehicle
- Failing to adhere to road signs, markings and signals
- Driving a vehicle that is unsafe and unroadworthy
- Driving too close to the vehicles in front
- Not giving way at roundabouts and junctions
- Not stopping at red traffic lights
- Failing to indicate to inform other road users of your intentions
- Failing to check in mirrors before signalling and maneouvring
Can you make Abergele car accident claims with Accident Advice Helpline?
Speak to the leading law firm, Accident Advice Helpline to establish if you are legally entitled to pursue your compensation by making Abergele car accident claims. Our team of respected advisers can offer you reliable, relevant and rapid advice whilst you are on the phone. In fact, you will be informed of your legal right to go ahead with Abergele car accident claims for compensation without delay, so you can decide for yourself if you wish to proceed with your claim.
Alternatively, why not go ahead and try our online 30-second test? This is an ideal way of finding out if you qualify to make an accident claim and you could even find out how much your claim is worth.
To learn more now, call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile
Date Published: 28th October 2014