Road traffic accidents (RTAs) can be very traumatic experiences for all involved. If the accident wasn’t your fault and you are left suffering from an injury, there is a chance that you could make an RTA claim.
If you are one of the thousands of people who has suffered an RTA through no fault of their own and you haven’t looked into making an RTA claim yet, you may find that not only are you eligible, but that the process is not as complicated as you might have thought.
RTA compensation claims
While claiming after a crash may not be your first priority, especially if your injuries require serious attention, it is worth your while to make sure you do so at your earliest possible convenience if you decide you wish to pursue an RTA claim. To do so, an accident will normally have to have taken place within the three years preceding the date of the claim – so it pays not to put off claiming for too long.
RTA claims cover injuries sustained in all sorts of road accidents, including those suffered as a car driver or passenger, a pedestrian, motorcyclist or biker. Some are more serious than others but we have legal experts on hand to advise you on every eventuality.
Road accident claims
Your advisor will be able to answer all of your questions and determine the best kind of RTA claim for you to make. They will also offer support and advice throughout your RTA claim, as a good compensation lawyer will understand how stressful the time will be for you.
Because all of the lawyers with whom we at Accident Advice Helpline work to fight RTA claims are fully 100% no win no fee*, you need not worry about finding money to make a claim nor about being asked to foot the bill if you lose your case.
Call us today on 0800 180 4 1230800 180 4 123 or click ‘Claim Now’ to start your RTA claim today.
Date Published: 1st February 2012
Author: Rebecca Smith
Category: Road Traffic Accident Claims