Road traffic accident compensation claims
Just outside of Southampton is the village of Lyndhurst. It is a popular tourist destination and has many cafes, art galleries pubs and hotels.
The Queen’s House is the most important building in Lyndhurst. The current building dates from the 17th century, however a manor house most probably existed since the 13th century. Currently it is used as the local headquarters of the Forestry Commission.
Even though Lyndhurst is a small village road vehicle accidents unfortunately still do occur. Accident Advice Helpline and their injury lawyers Lyndhurst are able to help those who have been injured through a road traffic accident.
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm which deals with all types of personal injury compensation claims. The most common injuries we see are caused by road traffic accidents.
Common causes for road traffic accidents
- Reduced concentration due to tiredness
- Aggressive driving i.e. speeding, unsafe lane changing, failure to signal, tailgating, disregarding traffic/signal controls etc
- Drink driving
- Young and/or inexperienced drivers
- Poor driving technique
- Loss of control due to inability to control car in snow/rain
- Poor vehicle maintenance e.g. break lights not working
How personal injury lawyers in Lyndhurst can help if you have been hurt in a car accident
With the help of Accident Advice Helpline and their injury lawyers in Lyndhurst, claiming personal injury compensation can be made simple. We are a reputable law firm, who have been in the business for over 10 years. You can contact us to discuss your possible claim. We will check whether you have a valid claim and also estimate how much compensation you could claim.
We will put you in touch with specialist personal injury lawyers in Lyndhurst who will handle the legalities of making a claim for compensation.
Your appointed lawyer will have specialist knowledge in the area of road traffic accident personal injury claims and will have the skills and expertise to handle you claim efficiently and professionally.
Get in touch today
Contact Accident Advice Helpline on their free phone number to see how much you could possibly awarded. Our lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One of our friendly advisers will be more then happy to talk to you about your accident and the process for claiming compensation. Call us on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
We understand that no amount of money will compensate for your injuries, however the money will help you put the traumatic incident behind you and move forward with your life. After all why should you pay for someone else’s mistake?
Date Published: 13th December 2013
Author: David Brown