Rear-end car accident FAQS
Who was at fault?
In a rear-end collision, the person operating the vehicle from behind is often the one responsible for the accident. For example, if your car was stationary at traffic lights and the car behind failed to brake and caused a rear-end shunt, they could be held responsible if evidence of driver negligence is found. Under UK law, you are eligible to make a claim if you can prove that you were in no way at fault for the accident, so it is therefore important to collate all supporting documents and images such as CCTV footage, camera phone pictures, witness statements and official reports that support that you were in no way to blame for the accident taking place.
How much can you receive after a Harlow car accident?
The amount each claim is worth will vary based on a number of factors, but the easiest way to determine how much you could be owed is by filling in our online claims calculator. Quick and simple to use, this tool will analyse the details of your accident and injury to provide you with a quote in as little as thirty seconds. If you’d prefer to have a discussion with a claims adviser, you can do so without having to come into any offices thanks to our 24/7 helpline. You can call and speak to compassionate experts that have many years of experience assessing claims to get an honest quote, and advice regarding next steps.
How much does it cost to make a Harlow car accident claim?
If you’ve been in a Harlow car accident, you may already be facing a number of unexpected costs, the effects of which can be amplified if you have had to take time off work and sacrifice earnings to get better. Rather than compound this financial stress, at Accident Advice Helpline, we work to alleviate it by working on a No Win No Fee* basis. This means there is nothing to pay upfront, so you don’t have to worry about parting with a deposit to secure the services of an expert lawyer.
Will you win my case?
Accident Advice Helpline is one of the UK’s leading personal injury law firms, with over fourteen years of experience handling road traffic accident (RTA) claims. We help award in total over £30 million a year in compensation, and our legal team will fight hard to recover the maximum amount for you if you have been injured as the innocent party in a car accident.
How do I get started?
With no need to come into offices and no money required upfront, it’s easy to get your claim under way with one of our 190 personal injury lawyers. Simply call 0800 180 4123 and get connected to a claims adviser that can help you get your car accident claim under way today.
Date Published: 13th June 2014
Author: David Brown