Solicitors in St Just

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St Just road traffic accident

Located in Penwith, the area of St Just fell under fire recently when a fatal road traffic accident took place in an area where there was no walk way or crossing. Because of this, a woman attempted to cross the road, but was sadly hit by a car and lost her life. It is an essential requirement in all areas of the UK to have appropriate crossing areas for pedestrians to ensure that they don’t become hurt or injured due to the negligence of someone else.

Of course this particular accident in St Just was very serious, but accidents on the roads are causing more and more injuries every single day, meaning that there are more and more people who could be entitled to claim compensation for their accident through solicitors in St Just.

Claiming for a car accident through our solicitors in St Just

In order to make a claim with us, the industry professionals, your best option is to get in touch with us at Accident Advice Helpline and discuss your claim for the accident you were involved in on the road. Once we have received the details, we can help you claim through our own solicitors in St Just.

Dangerous drivers – dangerous drivers are among some of the most irresponsible road users out there. When young drivers (sometimes known as boy racers) or drivers who don’t pay attention to the roads or other users head out, it can cause serious accidents. You cannot control dangerous drivers, but when on the roads, ensure that you are entirely aware of your surroundings.

Drivers under the influence – if you have been injured due to the negligence of a driver who was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you could be entitled to a pay out of compensation from our solicitors in St Just. Driving under the influence is a terrible crime and not only does it put the driver in serious danger, but also other road users and pedestrians.

Speeding – many drivers often take the chance and speed. However, this is completely illegal and not only that but if a speeding vehicle was to end up in an accident it could cause serious or even fatal damage. Always adhere to the speed signs and try and be aware of other road users who are speeding and keep out of their way to stay safe.

How you can claim compensation through our solicitors in St Just

With lines open 24/7 – around the clock – you can call free from a land line on the number 0800 689 0500 at any time. If preferred and you have your mobile phone to hand you can call 0333 500 0993 to be put in touch with an adviser to discuss your claim with solicitors in St Just. To have an Accident Advice Helpline adviser call you back, just text ‘CLAIM365’ to 88010.

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