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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Road traffic accident compensation in City of London


    Do you need to claim road traffic accident compensation in City of London?

    Although there is a vast network of public transport throughout the City of London, the roads remain busy during both the day and night. Whilst many people do rely on public transport services to get around, many people also use private vehicles.

    Due to the constant traffic in the City, there is a risk of accidents occurring. If you’re hurt whilst travelling in the area, you may find that you’re eligible to claim road traffic accident compensation in City of London. However, you will need to be able to show that you weren’t responsible for the incident if you plan on making a claim.

    Although drivers and passengers can easily sustain injuries when an accident occurs, cyclists and pedestrians can get hurt too. Indeed, in highly populated inner city areas, cyclists are often in danger on the roads.

    Unfortunately, drivers may not always see cyclists on the roads and, if they aren’t aware that they are there, they can easily collide with them. Although drivers are afforded some protection from their vehicles, cyclists can often take the brunt of the impact and sustain serious injuries as a result.

    If you’ve been injured whilst cycling, you could also be eligible to claim for road traffic accident compensation in City of London, providing you didn’t cause the incident.

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    When should you make a claim?

    If you’ve been hurt and you want to obtain compensation, it’s important not to leave it too late. In most cases, claimants only have three years in which to make a claim after an accident so it may be important to act quickly.

    Although you should never feel rushed into making a claim, taking legal action soon after an incident may be easier as you should have all the evidence and details to hand.

    Let Accident Advice Helpline help you

    If you’ve sustained an injury which wasn’t your fault and you want to obtain compensation, why not contact us and find out how we can assist you? At Accident Advice Helpline we’re always on hand to help new claimants and we even provide free no obligation advice so you will have the opportunity to access any information you need.

    Don’t miss out on compensation you deserve. To find out more today, or to make your claim with us, simply call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and speak to a member of our personal injury team today.

    Call Accident Advice Helpline now and we’ll do everything we can to ensure that you obtain compensation for your injuries as quickly as possible.

    Date Published: 21st May 2015

    Author: David Brown

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