Rhosllannerchrugog road traffic accidents


Sadly, pedestrians are often the victims of Rhosllannerchrugog road traffic accidents, and hundreds are killed or suffer serious injuries every year. Thus, pedestrians are now classed as ‘vulnerable road users’ by the Highway Code. The list of reason pedestrians are hit is endless; some examples are:

  • loss of control of the car because the driver was using a mobile phone,
  • the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol,
  • misjudgment of the speed of oncoming traffic,
  • cars mounting the pavement, and
  • faulty brakes.

The list of injuries that pedestrians can suffer is even longer. It stretches from mild scrapes, cuts, and bruises to fractures, brain damage, and spinal injuries. The injuries will depend on the circumstances of the accident, the speed of the vehicle, the type of vehicle, and the general age and health of the victim.

If you or a family member has been an injured pedestrian in Rhosllannerchrugog road traffic accidents or road traffic accidents anywhere, then you should make a claim for personal injuries. If the victim is not in a fit state to make a claim or deal with their affairs, for example they have sustained severe brain injuries, then a family member can make a claim on their behalf.

Claiming for Rhosllannerchrugog road traffic accident injuries

In many cases, you will find that pedestrians who have been injured in a road traffic accident can pursue a claim for personal injuries against the driver. The Highway Code puts a high duty on drivers in respect of pedestrians.

If someone other than you was to blame for the accident, it happened in the last three years, and you were left with injuries needing medical treatment, then you fit the criteria to make a claim.

Since we started in 2000, we have helped many thousands of people get the compensation they deserved, and we have the expertise you need to deal with the large organisations on the other end of your claim. We can help you to reclaim some, if not all, of the extra expenses you have had because of the accident, and if you have not been able to work then we can get those earning back.

At Accident Advice Helpline we will: give you 24-hour access to our free phone number 0800 180 4123; keep you informed and updated as to the progress of your case; not ask you for any money to start a claim, or if your claim is lost; provide you with friendly and helpful advisors who will support you every step of the way; and take the stress out of making a claim.

On our website, you will also find a 30-second test to see if you can make a personal injury claim.

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