If you’re looking for advice on making a claim for compensation following road traffic accidents in East Renfrewshire, contact Accident Advice Helpline without delay.
Helping with road traffic accidents in East Renfrewshire
No one wants to be involved in a road traffic accident but sadly thousands of people are every year in the United Kingdom. Through no fault of their own, the victims of road traffic accidents in East Renfrewshire find themselves with injuries caused by other people. These injuries can vary in degrees of seriousness but the fact is, if proper care and attention were paid, these accidents would not occur.
Accident Advice Helpline works in partnership with a wide network of personal injury lawyers across Scotland and because they work on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis, there are no upfront costs to pay for making a claim. They’ll offer guidance and support to those injured in road traffic accidents in East Renfrewshire. With over 16 year’s experience in the field of personal injury compensation, our advisers and no-win, no-fee* legal team work diligently and tirelessly to ensure the right level of compensation is awarded.
Common cause of road accidents
One of the most common causes of road traffic accidents in East Renfrewshire and on the roads throughout the United Kingdom is speed. As the driver of a vehicle with years of experience, then you will be aware of the speed limits on different types of road, and likewise different stretches of road, where you live and work.
Sadly though, because you are aware of the speed limits and restrictions, that does not mean that all of the other drivers on the road with you will be as well. One reason why accidents occur is that drivers are going too fast on roads where the speed is much lower, for example travelling at 50mph in a 30mph zone.
Being involved in an accident, where speed has played a factor, can lead to the injuries being significantly more serious. Those injured in accidents at lesser speeds are less likely to suffer permanent injury than those who are injured in accidents travelling at higher speeds.
As the victim of an accident where speed was the contributing factor, your injuries may be such that they take a long time to heal. If this is the case, you could find that your ability to work or participate in other physical activities has been impaired.
Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a claim
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today on our landline 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile call us on 0333 500 0993. With a dedicated team of advisers to field your call, we can determine your eligibility for compensation during the initial assessment process.
If you are eligible to make a claim for compensation and choose to proceed with it, we will pass your details to one of the many 100% no-win, no-fee* solicitors we work in partnership with. As a law firm specialising in personal injury compensation, and the only one in the UK to be endorsed by consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen, we have a success rate that is second to none.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today for further information on how to make a claim for compensation. Our lines are open daily and our advisers can guide you through the initial assessment as well as provide help and support. You can also try out our 30-second eligibility test via the website.
Date Published: 1st October 2014
Author: David Brown