A high-speed car accident can leave you suffering many horrendous consequences.
It can often be the case that accidents occurring at speed do so because of driver negligence and error, such as:
- Driving while over the legal limit
- Driving recklessly
- Operating a vehicle whilst distracted
- Driving whilst tired/suffering from highway hypnosis
When these types of accidents happen, passengers in both vehicles can be seriously injured. The range of injuries can be wide and severe, and can include those affecting the head, neck, and spinal cord. Injuries such as brain damage, amputation and paralysis can have a life-long impact on not just the accident victim, but also his or her loved ones.
In high-speed car accidents, it is often innocent, law abiding road users that are left facing these devastating injuries. If you have been involved in such an accident, you may find your life turned upside down overnight. It can be a terrifying thing to go through, which is all the more reason you should claim financial compensation.
Accident Advice Helpline can help with your claim
As a top personal injury law firm in the UK, Accident Advice Helpline is a name you can rely on in a time of need.
Our personal injury solicitors are highly skilled and dedicated to ensuring every case has the best chances of a successful outcome. When it comes to handling car accident claims in County Durham, our team can provide an honest assessment, showing you the chances of a successful pay out along with how much you could potentially receive.
We help award over £30 million a year in total compensation, and your car accident claim could potentially amount to thousands. To find out just how much you could receive, fill in our thirty-second claims calculator online. This tool gives you a quick and simple estimate, with absolutely no obligation.
As these accidents are often serious in nature, it could take months for you to recover, and you may wish to have a discussion with someone about your options. With our helpline, it is easy for you to get the advice you need, and to be put in touch with an in house solicitor that handles car accident claims in County Durham.
Find out more about making high-speed car accident claims in County Durham
If your accident happened within the past three years, you are within your legal rights to make a claim. Our services are no win, no fee, meaning there is no upfront cost associated with seeking compensation. Accident Advice Helpline is in your corner, and if you have suffered the horror of a high-speed accident, we will fight to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. To find out more about working with an Accident Advice Helpline solicitor, contact us on 0800 180 4123.
Date Published: 25th November 2014
Author: David Brown