Are you making a claim for no-win, no-fee compensation in Bath and North East Somerset after using a camper-van
Unlike caravans, all types of camper-van can be driven on the roads, providing there are insured and have the appropriate MOT test certificates. Whilst camper-vans may not be as popular as they once were, there are still plenty in use in the United Kingdom. Although they do vary in size, most vans can comfortable sleep two people, with many catering for as many as four or six people.
Depending on the type of van you choose to purchase, it may come with a range of features. Whilst some vans merely offer a place to sleep, others are fully fitted out with a kitchenette, microwave oven, television and even computer consoles. Of course, many people purchase camper-vans with the intention of applying their own modification so that they can create a bespoke vehicle.
Have you been injured using a camper-van?
Due to the interest in these types of vehicles, there are a number of meets each year which enable owners to gather in one place and display their vehicles. Enthusiasts often attend these events so that they can meet likeminded individuals and gain ideas for modifications for their vehicle.
Like any road vehicle, camper-vans can be involved in road traffic accidents at any time. Due to this, passengers should wear a seatbelt at all times when the van is being driven, and not be tempted to stay in the sleeping area without a proper belt.
If someone is hurt whilst using a camper-van and the incident was caused by another driver, they could make a claim for no-win, no-fee compensation in Bath and North East Somerset in the same way as they would if they were in any other vehicle.
However, if they were hurt due to the modifications to the vehicle, they may want to make a claim for no-win, no-fee compensation in Bath and North East Somerset against the person or company who performed the modifications.
If you have been hurt whilst you were a passenger in this type of vehicle and you want to make a claim for no-win, no-fee compensation in Bath and North East Somerset, you should be able to do so, providing you didn’t cause the incident.
If you believe that you’re eligible to make a claim you may want to contact Accident Advice Helpline to find out how we can help you. As we have over fifteen years’ experience, we’re able to help claimants with all kinds of claims and there is a good chance that we will be able to help you with your claim too.
To find out more, call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to help.
Date Published: 26th December 2014
Author: David Brown