A personal injury lawyer in Caerleon has a tough job! They have several tasks to complete to make sure that your personal injury claim is successful. Accident Advice Helpline only provide the best sort of personal Injury lawyer in Caerleon to their clients so you can be assured that they are highly skilled in proving who was to blame for an accident and are fierce negotiators as well.
All of the lawyers at Accident Advice Helpline have long experience in helping people who have been hurt in accidents that were not their own fault. Usually, the personal injury lawyer in Caerleon is proving that another motorist is to blame for your injuries.
This may be very obvious at the scene – try to make sure that you collect witness contact details and photographs to prove this later in your case. Nearly all road traffic accident cases handled by a personal injury lawyer in Caerleon involve one or more of the following.
A personal injury lawyer in Caerleon establishes who and what caused your accident
There are hundreds of road traffic accidents in Wales every day yet every accident is unique. Some element of one of the following (or a combination of them) are found in most accidents:
- Speed – the physics of this is so simple. Driving too fast means that you cannot slow down quickly. Sadly, thousands of us forget this and drive too fast every day.
- Drugs and alcohol – when we take drugs or consume alcohol we are definitely more likely to cause a road traffic accident because we are not completely in control of the car – even if we think we are.
- Poor observation – observation is vital for good driving because you have to anticipate what may happen in the road ahead of you. You should spot a car at a junction is case they pull out in front of you. You should spot a toddler on the pavement in case they run out into the road.
- Driving too close to the car in front – if there is only a small gap between you and the car in front you are more likely to hit it. It’s that simple!
- Distraction – driving is not a part-time activity. When you are driving it should be taking up 100% of your concentration. If you are doing or thinking about something else you will miss something on the road.
- Fatigue – a tired driver does not observe the road properly and does not react as quickly as a driver that is alert. Terrible accidents have been caused by drivers have fallen asleep at the wheel.
- Impatience – modern life seems to mean constantly being in a hurry but impatience when driving can make you aggressive and impulsive. Aggressive, impulsive drivers cause accidents.
Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.