Are you thinking of making a car accident compensation claim in Paisley?
The amount of road traffic accidents in the UK has dropped slightly over the last couple of years, in spite of the increased amount of vehicles on our roads. But much of the reduction seems to be in accidents with vehicles other than cars, car crashes still being the most common of all road traffic accidents.
Car accidents happen for hundreds of different reasons, but if you are injured in one that was not your fault why it happened will not matter so much. You will be more concerned about recovering from your injuries, and afterwards may be thinking about making a car accident compensation claim in Paisley, if that is where the accident happened.
At Accident Advice Helpline, we deal with car accident claims from all over the country, so whether you want to make a car accident compensation claim in Paisley, London, Cornwall or anywhere else in the UK, we can help you if your situation fits the rules for making a claim:
- You must have been in an accident that was not your own fault
- You must have been injured in the accident
- Your injuries must have been severe enough to need medical attention
- The accident should have taken place within the last three years
The causes of car crashes
Most drivers, who admit they were at fault for an accident, cite a lack of concentration as the reason they caused a car crash. This is usually because they are trying to do others things while driving, such as:
- Reading a map
- Changing a CD or tuning their radio
- Eating and drinking
- Doing their hair or makeup
- Admiring the views
The majority of car crashes are caused by driver error of some sort, and if you happen to be the unlucky blameless victim injured in one, you deserve to be compensated.
Contacting Accident Advice Helpline
If you want to make a compensation claim for any type of accident, you should contact the experts at Accident Advice Helpline. For over 15 years we have been assisting claimants pursue compensation, and we are ready to help you.
Just call our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500 and have a confidential chat with our friendly advisors. You will not put yourself under any obligation to proceed with a claim by talking to them, but you will get up to date information that relates to your situation. You could also call them from your mobile on 0333 500 0993, just make the call today.
Date Published: 1st June 2015
Author: David Brown