A great deal of inconvenience, pain, and suffering can result from road traffic accidents in Erskine. This is largely inevitable, especially if an accident is severe. There’s the damage to the vehicle, which may range from minor repairs to a write-off, then there are the injuries.
What kind of injuries happen in road traffic accidents in Erskine?
Anything can happen – it depends on the severity of the collision. You might walk out of the car feeling perfectly fine, but wake up the next morning with pain, stiffness and tenderness in your neck, which your doctor later tells you are the symptoms of whiplash. Alternatively, you might wake up in a hospital bed, after emergency surgery.
Even though cars today are full of safety features, there is always the risk of injury when you are in a collision with another vehicle.
Whose fault was the accident?
It’s important to know who actually caused your accident, because where road traffic accidents in Erskine have been caused by the other driver, you could be eligible to claim compensation.
If your claim is successfully processed, you could receive a payout, which will enable you to claw back all the money that you have been shelling out for expenses above and beyond your usual household bills. This payout will also contain an element for the pain, suffering, and loss of amenity that resulted from the road traffic accident.
If you are eligible to claim, why not call Accident Advice Helpline?
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have 14 years’ experience of dealing with claims for road traffic accidents in Erskine, so we are ideally placed to help you. We have extensive knowledge, and our customer service is second to none.
The first step, when you call, is to give your details to one of our advisers. They are professional and friendly, so when you deal with them, you can always count on being treated with empathy and sensitivity.
The second step is for the adviser who handles your call to pass your details to our legal team, which is made up of no win, no fee solicitors. Your details will only be passed on to the solicitors if you are eligible to claim – and they will get to work as soon as possible.
Their aim is to secure you a payment of compensation, and they will do their professional best to ensure this happens without the need for you to attend court. Most claims can be dealt with entirely on behalf of our clients, so please rest assured!
Getting in touch with us
If you are calling from a landline, dial 0800 689 0500; if you are a mobile user, dial 0333 500 0993 or text “claim365” to 88010.
Our lines are open 24/7, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Date Published: 6th October 2014
Author: David Brown