If you have been involved in an accident whilst on the road then you might be entitled to make a compensation claim with an injury lawyer in Westbury on Trym.
Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm with over 12 years’ experience in dealing with a whole host of personal injury claims, including road traffic accidents and road traffic collisions.
Can I make a compensation claim with an injury lawyer in Westbury on Trym?
You may be entitled to make a compensation claim with an injury lawyer Westbury on Trym, if you have been injured in an accident which was not your fault within the last three years.
Examples of non-fault accidents include (but are not limited to)
- Other road users – other road users have a responsibility to drive with due care and attention – the same as you do. It may be the case that a driver pulled out on you when it was not safe to do, meaning that you had to slam on your brakes, or maybe they went into the side of you. Perhaps you have been cut up by another road user, or tailgated (i.e. a driver was following you too closely behind meaning that when you had to small your brakes on they did not have sufficient stopping distance and therefore went into the back of you).
- Drivers – drivers in general, whether of personal vehicles or in professional vehicles such as taxis, buses or coaches, have a responsibility to their passengers. If you have been involved in an accident which was caused by the carelessness of the driver, the you will also be entitled to make a compensation claim with an injury lawyer Westbury on Trym.
- Council and local authorities – these bodies have an obligation to all road users to ensure that the roads are properly maintained and kept safe for the people using them, whether this be drivers, cyclists or pedestrians. You might have been injured riding your push bike because of a pot hole that has not been mended, or you could even have been involved in a road accident because of faulty traffic lights (imagine the chaos is all the lights suddenly go green and everyone goes at the same time!).
- Employers – if driving forms a part of your day to day work routine then your employer has a duty of care to ensure your safety. This includes ensuring that any vehicle you are asked to drive is properly serviced and maintained. If you are injured as a result of faulty vehicles then you might be eligible to make a compensation claim Westbury on Trym.
Contacting an injury lawyer in Westbury on Trym following an accident
To find out whether you can make a claim you should contact Accident Advice Helpline today.
Our friendly advisers are available 24/7 to answer your queries and if you want pursue a compensation claim they can put you in touch with one of our in house solicitors. Because we operate on a no win no fee* basis you will be exposed to no financial risk.
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