Tanworth-in-Arden is a village in the county of Warwickshire, England. Every year, a motorcycle run is held in memory of a motorcycle champion Mike Hailwood and his daughter, who died in Tanworth-in-Arden as a result of a road traffic accident.
You may be a passenger in a car when you have been involved in an accident that causes injuries. If you have enough grounds for a personal injury claim, then you may start searching online for a No win no fee* Tanworth-in-Arden accident claims.
Accident Advice Helpline
You can start your claim immediately by calling Accident Advice Helpline’s 24/7 hotline, where you can be connected with a solicitor to help you make a personal injury compensation claim against the person who was to blame. It may not be easy to establish who was to blame, because each side will argue their case in their favour, and that is why you need help.
Accident Advice Helpline solicitors are injury claim specialists who have helped no-fault victims get justice for the 15 years in which we have been in operation.
Free legal advice is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week when you call our free phone numbers: 0800 689 0500 from a landline, 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Alternatively, you can text ‘claim 365’ to 88010 and you will get a response.
Our advisers will listen to your case, and if they feel that there is a chance of success they will put you in touch with an expert solicitor.
You can also find out if your claim is valid, and how much compensation you can claim, by completing the 30-second test on our website.
What injuries might require no win no fee* Tanworth-in-Arden accident claims?
The defendant may not accept responsibility for the accident, which is why you need a dedicated no win no fee* solicitor to argue your case on your behalf. Take details of the road user who was responsible for the accident, including their name, contact details and insurance details. Ask for witness statements, too.
Here are some examples of common injuries sustained in road traffic accidents:
- Road rash, contusions and grazes: caused by the car itself, the shattered windscreen or the luggage inside the car.
- Strains and sprains: tendons, muscles and ligaments tear, over-stretch and rupture, causing haemorrhage.
- Whiplash: the neck, back, shoulders and spine may be injured.
- Facial injuries: disfigurement, deformity and scars on the face become visible, causing post-traumatic stress. Plastic or cosmetic surgery may help.
- Dislocations and fractures: these can become very painful depending on the extent of the injury. Displaced bones are treated by reduction, while compound fractures require surgery and fixing of screws, wires, plates, discs and nails to hold bones together.
- Amputations: victims sometimes lose hands, legs, eyes, fingers or toes at the scene of the accident, or later in hospital.
- Fatal injuries: some claims may be filed by beneficiaries when the accident becomes fatal. The family members, especially close relatives, need the money to help with funeral expenses, as well as to help them move on with their lives.