Essex is one of the busiest counties in the United Kingdom with some of the busiest roads in England passing through or around the county. Stansted airport, one of the busiest airports in the country, is also in Essex and as such there are thousands of cars on the roads each day meaning accidents are, unfortunately, inevitable and making a claim for a motor vehicle accident in Uttlesford is particularly common.
When a road traffic accident occurs in this particular part of the United Kingdom it has serious knock on effects for the whole area. While Uttlesford is not the busiest district, it can be heavily affected and accidents in Uttlesford affect commuters looking to travel to the bigger areas such as Braintree and Chelmsford, as well as those trying to get to Stansted airport or into London.
Why are RTAs so common?
With so many cars, lorries and motorcycles on the roads in Essex you would think that traffic would be so bad that accidents don’t really happen because the vehicles aren’t moving.
However, even relatively slow accidents can cause serious injuries such as whiplash or head injuries, and when the accidents aren’t the fault of the person who has been seriously affected they can be particularly traumatic.
When you have no time to brace yourself for the impact, because the other road user suddenly changes direction for example, you are at your most vulnerable and this can mean that those making a car accident compensation claim in Uttlesford do so because they have been left unable to work for significant lengths of time or their lives have been seriously affected.
How do I make a claim for a motor vehicle accident in Uttlesford with Accident Advice Helpline?
When you are unfortunate enough to have been the victim of a road traffic accident you are left with a lot of questions and very few answers, especially if you are seriously injured.
However, one question that you can have resolved regards your eligibility to make a car accident compensation claim.
You can go online and take the 30-second test provided by Accident Advice Helpline which tells you if you can make a claim and how much compensation you may be eligible for and we can talk through all of your options with a no obligation, no-win no-fee consultation with an expert RTA specialist.
To find out more about your claim, call Accident Advice Helpline today on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993 if you are using a mobile.
Date Published: 2nd April 2015
Author: David Brown