Accidents on the roads in Tower Hamlets

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Some accidents on the roads in Tower Hamlets are caused by drivers making dangerous U-turns. In many instances U-turns are prohibited because they can cause serious accidents if executed without due care and attention.

What is a U-turn?

Technically speaking, a U-turn is carried out in one continuous forward motion. It does not involve a partial reverse manoeuvre, as is the case with a three point turn; although it would be possible to execute a complete reverse U-turn in one continuous reverse motion.

But different manoeuvres are just one of the causes of accidents on the road in Tower Hamlets, there are hundreds of different reasons they happen. The most common of all causes is a lack of concentration on the part of the drivers. Just a few seconds looking the wrong way, or messing with something in the vehicle, is enough to cause an accident and someone else to be injured through no fault of their own.

Launching a personal injury claim following accidents on the roads in Tower Hamlets

If you’ve been injured through no fault of your own in accidents on the road in Tower Hamlets caused by someone else, you should examine the possibility of launching a personal injury claim for financial compensation.

The best place to start is by visiting Accident Advice Helpline’s website, and browsing the information that can be found there. You will also come across our HOW MUCH compensation calculator which will verify in principle whether or not you have a valid claim, and if so will issue you with an estimate of the amount of compensation you could be awarded. The whole process takes less than 30 seconds.

Rely on our expertise and experience

Accident Advice Helpline employs a team of 200 dedicated injury claim lawyers who have a wealth of expertise and experience with injuries sustained in all types of accidents, not just accidents on the roads. We operate a no win no fee* system that ensures claimants do not have to pay our fees in the unlikely event that their claim should fail, and it means they a claimant does not have to pay us any money to get their claim started. It’s a system that the well known people’s consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen highly recommends, along with our top rated customer support service.

To find out all you need to know about making a claim, or to get yours started today, have a chat to our friendly advisors. They are here to help you, to answer your questions, and to guide you all the way through your claim if you decide to go ahead.

Give us a call today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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