If you have been injured in a road traffic accident and live in Tendring, you may be considering the prospect if claiming for car crash injuries in Tendring. If you are, contact us at Accident Advice Helpline.
Claiming for car crash injuries in Tendring
Sadly accidents can happen on the road at any time, in any place. There are a few simple things that anyone who uses the road – drivers, motorcyclists, pedestrians and cyclists – can do to make sure they not only reduce the likelihood of them being involved in an accident and needing to make a Tendring car accident claim.
For help and expert legal advice regarding claiming for car crash injuries in Tendring, contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now.
As a driver, it’s extremely important that you stay mindful of your speed. Many accidents are caused by people exceeding the speed limit in a given area. However, it’s entirely possible for you to be driving under the speed limit, but at a speed that’s still inappropriate for the conditions of the road. For example, approaching a turn too fast can have dire consequences, especially if roads are muddy, greasy or slippery. If you or your passengers have been hurt or injured because of another road user exceeding the speed limit or driving at excessive speeds for the road conditions you may be eligible to make a Tendring car accident claims. Take the Accident Advice Helpline ‘Thirty Second Test’ now to find out for certain.
Be Safe – Be Seen
Cyclists! Ensure that you are highly visible to all other road users at all times of the day and whatever the weather conditions. Ensure that you never cycle without lights, your clothes are highly reflective and your bike is decked out in reflectors. It’s worth carrying spare batteries in case your lights run low or run out. It goes without saying that you should never cycle without wearing a protective helmet which has been properly fitted.
Many accidents involving cyclists take place because those involved simply did not see the cyclist at the time. If you have been hurt or injured whilst cycling within the last three years and the accident was caused by another road user you may be entitled to seek compensation for your injuries.
Motorcyclist are vulnerable road users. Motorcycles make up only 1% of the traffic on the roads yet 19% of those killed in accidents on the roads are motorcyclists. Wear bright orfluorescent gear during the day and reflective clothing when driving at night. Position yourself safely in the road and always do a double check before completing a maneuver.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline now
If you need expert help and advice about claiming personal injury compensation, contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now. Our phone lines are always open.
From a landline call us on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500. To call from a mobile ring 0333 500 0993.
If you send the text message “claim365” to us on 88010 we will call you to find out how we can help with your potential claim.
Contact us now for expert legal advice about making a claim.
Date Published: 12th December 2014
Author: David Brown