Let us dispel a myth: Britain’s roads are safe. No, really, they are. In fact, compared with a lot of other countries, our roads are well managed and there are few fatalities and injuries.
But if you’re reading this, you were probably involved in a car accident, so you know that road traffic accidents in Coatbridge happen. Not much use telling you that the roads are safe, is there?
The aftermath of road traffic accidents in Coatbridge
You have every right to question the safety of our roads if you’ve been in such an accident and it was someone else’s fault, but do keep in mind that you were unlucky. There is nothing you could have done about it – the fault does not lie with you.
However, there is something that the other driver could have done (or not done) to prevent it from happening, and that might be why you are feeling angry and resentful. After all, you’re injured and you’re probably having to take time off work, too. On top of this, there are the expenses – the home help, the childminder, the prescriptions, the public transport…
Don’t despair – there is something you can do
If things are getting on top of you, all you need to do is call Accident Advice Helpline about making a claim for road traffic accidents in Coatbridge. If you don’t want to call us straight away, you can check out our website, where you will find client testimonials that demonstrate how serious we are about doing the right things for the claimants who choose us.
Our approach, based on four key principles – integrity, dependability, reliability and accountability – has ensured our place as one of the largest law firms in the UK. Our reputation for client care is such that Esther Rantzen, the famous consumer rights campaigner, endorses us.
Why not become another one of our valued clients and let us process your claim?
To begin the claims process, call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, and speak to one of our professional, friendly advisers.
Alternatively, text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will call you back.
The first stage is for an adviser to take your details and guide you through the process of claiming; the second, if you are eligible to claim, is for a no win no fee* solicitor to take on your case and deal with all the relevant agencies on your behalf.
It’s highly unlikely that you will have to go to court, although you will be required to attend an additional medical assessment.
What you can do now to help your case
The payout you receive will depend partly on how out of pocket you are because of the accident, so it’s a good idea to retain any receipts for expenses related to it. You should also keep records of your medical treatment, because the other part of the payout is related to the pain and suffering you have experienced.
Date Published: 6th October 2014
Author: David Brown