What an injury lawyer in Seaton Carew can do for you
The Seaton Carew experts at Accident Advice Helpline know all about the area around Seaton Carew and the types of accidents that can happen there. They will negotiate the highest compensation payout that they can on your behalf. They can deal with all types of road traffic accidents, and that includes accidents involving:
- Heavy goods vehicles;
- Mopeds; and
Types of car accidents
Some road traffic accidents are categorised as fatal accidents – this is where, tragically, someone has lost their life in the incident. They are the most serious type of car accident case and are thankfully very rare. Having said that, it is a sad fact that an average of five people are killed every day on the roads in the UK, and the law of averages dictate that some fatal road traffic accidents will occur in the Seaton Carew area.
Other road traffic accidents involve ‘serious injuries,’ which include spinal and head injuries for which the injured person may require surgery and a long stay in hospital. Accident Advice Helpline can help the victims to claim for help with childcare, household care and personal care for the injured person. In the most extreme cases, there may even have to be adaptions to the home. These types of injury are not rare – over 23,000 people are seriously injured on UK roads every year, and that means around 63 people a day. Many of these will have been injured in accidents that were not their own fault and will need the help of Accident Advice Helpline and possibly an injury lawyer in Seaton Carew.
Many more road traffic accidents result in slight injuries. There are around 200,000 of these a year, which works out at around 550 a day. This is why Accident Advice Helpline have such a large team of professional advisers manning a 24/7 helpline. It allows us to take calls from all the injured people and work out who has grounds for a claim with an injury lawyer in Seaton Carew. This is the first crucial step in any claim, because if you do not meet the claim criteria then you cannot make a claim, no matter how seriously injured you are. They are as follows:
- You were not at fault for the accident;
- You received medical attention for your injuries; and
- The accident was in the last three years.
Road traffic accidents can be categorised in a number of different ways. If you ring Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500/0333 500 0993 from a mobile because your road traffic accident was not your own fault, then you may be able to start a claim for compensation. Once Accident Advice Helpline have confirmed that you stand a good chance of winning your case by checking a few details in our unique 30-second test, we will go on to allocate your case to the appropriate expert injury lawyer in Seaton Carew.
Date Published: 12th October 2013
Author: David Brown