Merton car crash accidents

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There are many reasons why road traffic accidents happen, but sadly the most common of these is because a driver was not concentrating. This can cause a minor accident like a rear end shunt, but just imagine the damage that could be caused if the driver is driving a lorry or a bus; the effects could be catastrophic.

If you, or someone you know, have been in Merton car crash accidents and sustained injuries by no fault of your own then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation. Providing that the injuries you sustained needed medical treatment then Accident Advice Helpline could be able to help you.

Accident advice helpline have dealt with the affects of Merton car crash accidents and accidents all over the UK for over 15 years. This means we have been able to build up a lot of knowledge and gained a great amount of experience in the best way to deal with personal injury claims.

Our service is professional and hassle free. We specialise only in personal injury claims which is why we have a high success rate for our claims and we have been able to help many thousands of victims get the compensation they were entitled to.

We would like to point out that to be a victim of a road traffic accident does not mean you have to have been the driver. If you were the passenger in a vehicle involved in an accident you could still make a claim. Maybe you were the passenger on a motorbike or scooter or even just an innocent pedestrian that was dragged into a road traffic accident. Anyone who has been injured in a road traffic accident that was not their fault can make a claim.

How to claim for injuries sustained in Merton car crash accidents

If you have been injured in a road traffic accident, then Accident Advice Helpline are here to help. We work on a no win no fee* basis taking all the financial worry out of making a claim. We need no money to start a claim on your behalf and will not ask for any money should we lose your claim.

Our aim is to get you the best compensation pay out possible as quickly as possible. It is simple to get in touch with one of our trained advisors – just call the free phone number 0800 689 0500 on your landline. Alternatively you may want to call 0333 500 0993 on your mobile phone. Your call will be confidential and any decisions to proceed will be entirely your’s.

Visit our website and take the 30 second test to see if you are eligible to make a personal injury claim. You can also use the online calculator to get a rough estimate of the amount of compensation you could be able to receive.

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