Liverpool is famous for producing many famous musicians and musical groups. This attracts many tourists to the city and wherever there are a lot of people, accidents will sometimes happen.
This is particularly so with road traffic accidents. People on unfamiliar roads, especially in the rush hour, can easily result in a Liverpool car crash. Just like accidents on the roads all over the UK, sometimes a Liverpool car crash can result in serious injuries, and sometimes they are fatal. Taking the country as a whole, on average 5 people a day lose their lives in road traffic accidents and there is no reason to suppose this could not happen in a Liverpool car crash.
The consequences of a Liverpool car crash
Thankfully, most car crashes are minor bumps. Often whiplash is a result of them because of the way the head is thrown around on impact, but it does not have to be a crash at speed for this to happen. Accidents that take place at just 5mph, or when one vehicle is stationary can cause a whiplash injury.
Then there are the more serious accidents where people have broken bones, nasty cuts and abrasions, and things like head and facial injuries. Some of these injuries can change the victims’ life forever, and that is made even worse when the accident was not their fault.
If you have been injured in any type of accident that was the fault of someone else, you could be entitled to compensation. If you answer just four simple questions on our 30-second test, it will let you know if you have a valid claim. This very handy tool not only lets you know if you qualify for compensation, if you do it will give you an estimate of the amount you could be awarded. This can only ever be an estimate at this stage of a claim as there are so many aspects to consider, and every claim is different.
You can find out all you need to know by chatting to our friendly advisors. They are here just to help you. They will answer all your queries and give you all the free claims advice you need without putting you under any obligation or pressure to make a claim. That choice is yours.
The sooner you get in touch with us with the sooner you could have your compensation, so why not call us today? If you are using a landline ring 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile phone call 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 12th January 2014
Author: Emma Matthews