If your knowledge of Scotland is good, you’ll know East Dunbartonshire is a council area not far from Glasgow. Indeed, many people from this area commute into Glasgow each day. Some 105,000 people live in the council area, and while some drive to work few will have cause to explore the chance of making car accident claims in East Dunbartonshire.
Car accidents don’t just happen in rush hour. They can happen on quiet country roads. They can happen on motorways. They can happen while in car parks and on roundabouts. You never know when there could be one in your future.
Was it someone else’s fault?
This is the big question to think about following any car accident, from a minor prang to a major incident. While you can claim on your car insurance for damage done to your car through someone else’s negligence, claiming for any injuries you received is a different matter. This requires another specialist – someone who regularly handles personal injury claims.
All kinds of injuries can be claimed for in these instances. Common things including whiplash and soft tissue injuries are often claimed for, but more serious accidents might result in broken bones or other injuries that take longer to heal from. Other things can be considered too, such as the inability to work and therefore the loss of income while recovering from injuries, as well as incidental expenses associated with going to hospital appointments. You might potentially be able to put in a claim that reflects all these things when you have been hurt in an accident someone else was responsible for on the roads, here or elsewhere.
Call us today about car accident claims in East Dunbartonshire
No one ever thinks they will be in a car accident, but every year some people are not so lucky. Perhaps you’ve been one of them, and now you want to know about car accident claims in Dunbartonshire.
While there are several ways you could access some useful information, the best way – not to mention the easiest – is to call 0800 689 0500. This puts you through to Accident Advice Helpline, where we’ve been fielding calls from people in similar situations since 2000. You can also call on 0333 500 0993 if you’re on a mobile. Whatever you do, you can get some answers today on whether you could claim anything for your injuries.
Date Published: 5th December 2016
Author: Rob Steen