If you were blameless for a car accident, but injured as a result of it, you should consider hiring a lawyer who would be able to defend you in court. Your lawyer may be able to help you make a compensation claim for the pain you have experienced in your road traffic accident.
How to contact a lawyer to defend you
It can be difficult to prove your side of the story when it comes to being blameless for a car accident but that is precisely what your lawyer would help you with.
If you would like to contact a lawyer who has experience, you should call Accident Advice Helpline. Our friendly advisors are available to answer your questions and give you advice on legal matters when you have been blameless for a car accident, but injured anyway.
We have been involved in this field for over sixteen years and and have a strong and growing clientèle. Our lawyers are known to be cooperative, collaborative and very helpful to all clients who need help and legal assistance, in fact they are among the best in the industry.
You could find more information about us on our website where you would find testimonials written by well-known individuals such as Dame Esther Rantzen. To see whether your case qualifies you could also look through the accidents and criteria section of the site and maybe try our 30-second test if you were blameless for a car accident in which you have been injured.
How our lawyers could help you when you were blameless for the car accident you were injured in
Your lawyer would help you with your case so that you are more likely to receive compensation. In this way you would be able to go on living your life as best you can, for the injuries you sustained.
If the car accident was not your fault here are some situations under which you may be able to claim
- You may have sustained facial injuries, as your car’s air-bag did not deploy in time to save you. As a result of this you could have to undergo cosmetic surgery and such surgeries tend to be quite expensive.
- You might be suffering from brain and head injuries because your car’s seatbelt unbuckled on impact. Consequentially you may have sustained several cuts to the head and your brain may have been shaken due to the intensity of the accident.
- The impact of the accident might have been such that you are now suffering due to a back disc injury. This could restrict your movements to a great extent.
For all the claims advice you need, call us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 6th September 2014
Author: David Brown