Do you need to make car crash claims in Tyne and Wear?
Although accidents and collisions can occur on any type of roads, people can often get hurt whilst driving in busy urban areas. Often, the high volume of traffic in and around towns and cities can lead to collisions occurring and people may need to make car crash claims in Tyne and Wear as a result.
Of course, you will only be able to make car crash claims in Tyne and Wear if you weren’t responsible for the incident. If you can show that another driver or road user was responsible for the incident, making car crash claims in Tyne and Wear could be relatively straightforward.
If the accident occurred in a town or city, making car crash claims in Tyne and Wear could be even easier than you realise. As many roads in and around busy areas are covered by CCTV cameras, the incident may have been videotaped and this could help you to prove who was responsible for your injuries.
If an accident is caught on tape, it can be difficult for people to deny their involvement so you could find that it is easy for you to make successful car crash claims in Tyne and Wear.
Were you treated in hospital for your injuries?
Depending on the severity of the accident, you may have been taken to hospital in order to receive medical treatment. Even if you don’t need to attend hospital, it is generally a good idea to see a medical professional to confirm that all of your injuries have been diagnosed correctly and that you’re receiving the appropriate treatment.
Of course, you don’t have to have received treatment in hospital in order to be eligible to make car crash claims in Tyne and Wear. However, you must have received medical treatment of some type in order to be able to make a claim.
If you were seen by a doctor or received treatment at a walk-in clinic, you could still go on to obtain compensation for your injuries.
Should you make a claim today?
If you’d like to receive compensation as soon as possible, you may be keen to get started with your claim. If so, why not contact our hardworking and friendly personal injury team? We’re always happy to help new claimants and you can contact Accident Advice Helpline at any time on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile.
Date Published: 13th December 2014
Author: David Brown