Car Accident Claims in Cumbria


What happens after you have been in a rear-end collision?

Rear-end collisions occur when one vehicle is shunted from behind by another. More often than not, the car in front is stationery, which can cause a blunt impact to occur, while in others it may be already moving. Even rear-end collisions at slow speeds can lead to injuries; in fact, studies show that the majority of cases of whiplash were brought on as a result of a rear-end shunt at slow speed.

These sorts of accidents can lead to a number of other injuries as well, such as head traumas, broken bones, sprains and strains. If you were in the vehicle in front, you may have suffered a number of painful injuries, and if you were not at fault, you could seek financial compensation for them. Whether you were the driver or the passenger, if you were not at fault for the accident, you could stand to receive a substantial sum in compensation with help from Accident Advice Helpline.

We can process rear-end car accident claims in Cumbria

How do you know if you can make a claim?

Many people are unaware of their legal right surrounding compensation, which means they miss out on what could have been a substantial settlement. In order to make a claim, your accident must have taken place within the past three years, and you should be able to demonstrate that you were not at fault for the accident.

This can be through the submission of videos or images, along with police reports and witness statements. The more you can provide to your Accident Advice Helpline solicitor, the better the chances of a settlement being reached.

As we are a law firm and not a claims management company, you don’t have to worry about us outsourcing your case to a third party. We deal with car accident claims in Cumbria in house, and have a nationwide team of over 190 solicitors that can provide assistance. We make sure this assistance is kept affordable too, as we only work on a no win, no fee* basis. With this conditional fee agreement in place, you do not have to put any money down to start a compensation claim.

Get connected with a car accident personal injury solicitor

Our legal team will fight hard to reach an out of court settlement wherever possible, so as to reduce the stress and inconvenience to you. Aside from this, it can also help reduce the time it takes for you to receive your payout. When you require affordable assistance from experts that have experience handling car accident claims in Cumbria, turn to Accident Advice Helpline. To find out more about seeking compensation, call us today on 0800 180 4123.

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