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Thousands of people are in car collisions every year.  One of the things that most people should do when they have been in a car accident is to find a solicitor to represent them and get the money they deserve. Here are three instances when it’s a good idea to get a solicitor.

Get a car collision claims no win no fee* solicitor for injuries due to speeding

When someone’s speeding, it’s a threat that is multitier because it reduces the necessary time to prevent a crash, increases crashing risk, and makes the accident much more severe if it happens. It’s been proven that a speed increase of just 20 mph is going to double the energy that’s released in the crash. Just slowing down as well as obeying the speed limits that are posted is going to go quite a distance toward safer roads.

Get a car collision claims no win no fee* solicitor for injuries due to aggressive driving

This is one of the most common problems that people have when they are on the road, especially during rush-hour. Aggressive driving is when drivers operate their vehicles in a bold, pushy, or selfish manner and completely ignore the safety or rights of the other people on the road. Some of the behaviour that is exhibited by aggressive drivers includes tailgating aggressively, flashing lights, rude or aggressive gestures, verbally abusing other drivers, physical assaults, ignoring the traffic signals, frequently or unsafely changing lanes, and not yielding. If you believe that you have come across an aggressive driver, some things that you should do are stay calm, don’t pass them unless you absolutely need to, and change your lanes after it’s safe. If you find yourself in a serious situation with an aggressive driver, call the emergency number to report them.

Get a car collision claims no win no fee* solicitor for accident injuries due to weather conditions

Even though the weather isn’t something that we can control, we can control whether or not we drive in it. When the weather is bad, such as hail, snow, high winds, fog, or heavy rain, don’t drive unless you absolutely have to. If the weather changes while you are on the road, it may not be a bad idea to pull to the side until the conditions are better. But as stated previously, staying home while the weather is bad is the best way to prevent an accident.

If you want a solicitor to help you, call Accident Advice Helpline on our freephone numbers 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We’ll point you in the right direction to find the right one to help you with your case.

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