The need for a road traffic accident claim in Paisley
The phrase ‘road traffic accident’ covers a lot of different scenarios when it comes to having an accident. As the victim of a road traffic accident, you could find that your injuries are the result of what happens inside a vehicle, as opposed to being hit by one. Similarly, while many consider a road traffic accident to be an individual being knocked down by a vehicle, it can be the case that vehicle and human never collide. Regardless of the type though of accident however, if you feel you are eligible to make a road traffic accident claim in Paisley, call Accident Advice Helpline today.
As we have already touched upon, not all road traffic accidents involve a person being hit by a motor vehicle. Sometimes, the collision of two vehicles is enough for those on board to be left with injuries that may require a road traffic accident claim in Paisley.
At Accident Advice Helpline, our team of dedicated advisors work in conjunction with our partners who are amongst some of the most reputable solicitors in Scotland. We have over a decade’s experience when it comes to dealing with road traffic accident claims. This experience covers making a road traffic accident claim right through to securing the right compensation for our clients.
I was injured in a road traffic collision
As the passenger in a vehicle, you may have found that your injuries were sustained because of a collision. While being inside a motor vehicle presents a certain level of protection, injuries can still occur. Such injuries include:
- Head injuries
- Injuries to the spinal column
- Damage to internal organs
- Broken limbs
- Damage to the neck
These injuries are not the only injuries that can occur, but are among the most common. Whiplash is a common trauma which is caused by propelling the body forwards suddenly, and then bringing it to an equally sudden stop. Generally, whiplash is caused by the wearing of a seatbelt which as we all know is compulsory. Those accident victims suffering from whiplash may not display its symptoms for up to 6 hours after the accident.
Accident Advice Helpline: securing the right compensation
At Accident Advice Helpline, our dedicated advisors are on hand to provide you with guidance and support, when it comes to making a road traffic accident claim. You can call our team today on our landline which is 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile call 0333 500 0993.
A member of our team of advisors will guide you through the initial telephone assessment, and then pass your details to our partners who are amongst some of the most reputable solicitors in Scotland, if you are eligible to make a claim for compensation and should you choose to proceed.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today, for more information on how to go about making a road traffic accident claim in your area. Our team of advisors and expert legal partners will work together to ensure you receive the right level of compensation for your injuries. Try our 30-second eligibility test which is available right here on our website.