Reigate and Banstead road traffic accidents


If you have been involved in any Reigate and Banstead road traffic accidents, a degree of anger, guilt and shock has no doubt played on your mind since. But the simple truth is that road traffic accidents can happen to anybody, anytime, anyplace. It’s simply unfortunate that you were caught up in one. And hopefully, nobody was seriously injured as a result.

If you have found yourself at a financial disadvantage because of your road traffic accident, then there is something that you can do. If the accident was not your fault, then you may be eligible for financial compensation, no matter how minor your injuries are.

Most people choose to make a claim well after their accident happened, as this is when the true cost of it tends to surface, but it’s important to keep in mind that you only have 3 years from your date of limitation to bring a claim forward. So time is of the essence.

Find out more today by giving our highly trained claims advisors a call on Freephone 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Our compassionate and experienced claims advisors can answers all of your claims-related questions and give you a clearer picture as to whether or not making a claim is the right thing for you to do.

Road traffic accidents in Reigate and Banstead

Most road traffic accidents in Reigate and Banstead occur on the M25 motorway and A217 and A23 A-roads. Here, at least one accident occurs every month that shuts these roads down. Thankfully, most road traffic accidents result in only minor injuries.

We have in fact worked on cases involving both minor and severe injuries, and we have successfully helped hundreds of people to get the compensation that they deserve.

How we can help you

We have worked on a wide range of Reigate and Banstead road traffic accidents, helping hundreds of people injured in road traffic accidents to successfully make a claim for financial compensation. We have helped drivers, passengers, motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians claim for compensation, and we can do the same for you thanks to our breadth of experience and know-how. Your dedicated solicitor will build an extremely strong case for compensation on your behalf and seek the maximum pay out possible for your injuries.

Call us on 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993 and find out:

  • Am I eligible for financial compensation?
  • How much might I be owed?
  • How long will my claim take to process?
  • Will I receive 100% of my compensation?
  • Plus much more.

We look forward to discussing your case with you in the future.

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