Injury claim in Great Missenden


Road traffic accidents are among the most common of accidents in the UK, with nearly 190,000 of them being reported as involving serious injuries or deaths last year. If any of those injured were in a road traffic accident that someone else caused, they might want to consider making an injury claim in Great Missenden.

The causes of road traffic accidents

Most road traffic accidents are caused by a driver error of some sort, and could be because of:

  • Exceeding the speed limits
  • Jumping red traffic lights
  • Not giving way at junctions or traffic islands
  • Overtaking when it is not safe to
  • Not concentrating on their driving
  • Not obeying road signs
  • Misjudging the speeds or intentions of other vehicles
  • Road rage

If more drivers took more care, there would be a lot less road traffic accidents, perhaps 5 people a days would not lose their lives, and fewer innocent victims would be making an injury claim in Great Missenden.

Making an injury claim in Great Missenden

It is illegal for any motorised vehicle to be on UK roads without insurance. If you are injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault, and you want to make a compensation claim, it would be the insurance company that settles your claim, if it is successful.

They will not just pay for the fact you have been injured. When Accident Advice Helpline handles your claim, we will make sure that the way the injury has affected your life is accounted for, and your prospects for a full recovery. With successful claims, we are also able to recoup any expenses that have arisen because of the accident, and claim for any earnings you may have lost.

We have over 16 years’ experience of making claims, and have the expertise and knowledge that will give you claim its best chance of success, and to make sure you are awarded a fair amount for the situation you find yourself in.

To get some idea of how much your compensation could be, complete the 30-second test on our website. This will give you an estimate of the amount you could receive, but an estimate is all it can be because there are too many things that cam affect the final outcome of your personal injury claim.

It does appear that the sooner your claim is made, the more likely it is to succeed. So do not delay – call our freephone helpline today. Dial 0800 689 0500 if you are calling from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 if you are calling from a mobile. You can also try our 30-second test via the website which will give you a rough idea as to how much compensation you could be entitled to.

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