One of the more common problems that cause Merseyside car accident claims to be raised is drivers losing concentration. It happens for a variety of silly, unnecessary reasons, such as changing the in-car stereo, or talking on their phone, even though it’s illegal.
However your road traffic accident has happened, as long as you were not to blame then you could be entitled to claim compensation. We here at Accident Advice Helpline, one of the UK’s favourite injury claim solicitors can help.
The things that drivers can do that can result in Merseyside car accident claims being raised
We have all seen drivers doing stupid things. These bozos are not only putting themselves at risk, but are putting other people are in danger too. If a police officer were to see the driver, (as we often wish they would), then they would surely be pulled over and taken to task. Examples include:
- Jumping red traffic lights
- Not giving way at traffic islands
- Texting or talking on their mobile phone
- Trying to tune their radio or change a CD
- Ignoring road signs
- Attempting to read a map that they have on their lap, or on the seat next to them
- Doing their hair or make up
- Eating and drinking while driving
Another thing annoying thing is when other drivers drive too close. It means they are not giving themselves the reaction time they need in an emergency and this often causes accidents whereby drivers and passengers get injured through no fault of their own. Its a frequent cause of many of the Merseyside car accident claims we handle here at Accident Advice Helpline.
Other road users that can be involved in Merseyside car accident claims
It is not only cars that could are involved in road traffic accidents, there are other vehicles too. For example:
- Buses and coaches
- Motor scooters
- Quad bikes
Help from Accident Advice Helpline help with making Merseyside car accident claims
Claiming compensation is a legal process for which you should use a specialised law firm, which is why many injury victims turn to Accident Advice Helpline for help with their personal injury claims.
With over 14 years experience in making successful claims, we have the in-depth knowledge and expertise you want on your side when you are making a compensation claim. It means your claim will have more chance of being successful.
Take advantage of our free 24/7 helpline service
To find out if we can help you claim your compensation, just call our free 24/7 helpline and speak to our friendly advisors. They will be able to provide answers to your queries, and give you all the information you may need when you are considering making a personal injury compensation claim. Any advice you are given is offered freely and without any obligation.
If you call outside of our normal office hours you can leave a message and someone will call you back.
Why not get in touch today?
You can access our helpline from any landline by calling 0800 689 0500, or if sing your mobile 0333 500 0993. Why not get in touch today and find out more?
Date Published: 12th December 2014
Author: David Brown