Do you have a motorbike accident compensation claim in South Derbyshire?
On the 29th November 2014, the Burton Mail reported traffic delays in South Derbyshire on the A 444. They were caused by a two-vehicle crash on Acresford Road near Overseal. Luckily no one was seriously injured in the collision, but there were traffic jams for more than an hour while the vehicles were recovered.
The same online newspaper reported on the same day that nine roads throughout South Derbyshire had been chosen as the focus of a police road safety campaign run jointly with the road safety partnership. The roads chosen include, but are not limited to, parts of the A38, the A50, and the A514.
The police are hoping to clamp down on drivers who exceed speed limits on over a hundred routes in South Derbyshire in an effort to reduce the number of accidents and injuries that have occurred.
A police spokesman pointed out that even what is actually a small increase in speed can result in more serious injury if a pedestrian is hit. He reminded drivers that if they were driving at 40 mph rather than 30 there is a four times higher chance of a fatality if a person is hit.
Is your potential injury claim a valid one?
If you have had a motorbike accident in South Derbyshire, or live there, you may be seriously thinking about making a motorbike accident compensation claim in South Derbyshire. If you can prove that you were not to blame for the accident and also prove that another person was to blame, then it is possible that you might be eligible to make a claim for your injuries.
To find out if you have a claim to make, call us at Accident Advice Helpline. Our in-house lawyers are here to help and advise you.
How long do I have to file my claim?
You usually have three years after the date of an accident that happened within the UK to file a claim for injuries. However, as this is not always the case, find out by calling us at Accident Advice Helpline. After the time period for filing your potential motorbike accident compensation claim in South Derbyshire has elapsed, you could only file your claim if you could prove that there were extraordinary reasons for not doing so within the set period.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline right now
You can call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time, day or night, any day of the year. Our freephone lines will be open. If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message and we will return it as soon as we possibly can.
If you prefer, just send us the text message “claim 365” to 88010. We will call you to find out what we can do to help you with your potential claim.
Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Don’t delay; call us now for advice and help with your potential claim.
Date Published: 12th May 2015
Author: David Brown