If you’re a driver then you’ll understand the excitement of buying a new car for the very first time. But what happens if you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a non-fault accident on the roads? Could you claim Basildon compensation?
While you wouldn’t expect a brand new or well looked after car to experience a serious issue, unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for cars, much like appliances, to experience electrical faults. An electrical fault can cause a serious malfunction in any vehicle. Not only can this be very dangerous to the car itself, but if this was to happen unexpectedly, a serious accident could take place while you are driving on a busy road.
What to do in a road traffic accident
A road traffic accident is a horrible situation to be involved in and as long as you can prove that it was the fault of a third party – in this case the car manufacturer – you could be entitled to claim for Basildon compensation through Accident Advice Helpline and our personal injury lawyer in the area of your residence.
You could gather all relevant evidence to provide an adviser at Accident Advice Helpline with before you get in touch. This can be anything that you feel would be relevant in your claim. As long as you can prove that the road traffic accident was caused by a fault in the electricals or mechanics of your car, took place within the past three years and you had to be seen to by a medical professional, then you can begin a compensation claim.
Start your Basildon compensation claim
To find out how much compensation you may be entitled to through a personal injury lawyer in your area, take the 30-second test on our website or call our helpful advisors.
You can also find out how much compensation you might be entitled to claim by using the 30-second test which will tell you if you have a valid claim and if so how much that might be.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline
If the road traffic accident that you were involved in wasn’t caused by a fault in the car, you could still be entitled to compensation for your injuries. You should definitely find out more about what you could be entitled to.
Just call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, for no-obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.