Car accidents happen for a vast number of reasons. Whether it is influenced from outside or inside the vehicle even the safest of drivers are at risk of an accident on the road.
Some accidents happen as direct results of other circumstances which are built in to our every day lives. Though these accidents are less common than other causes of road accidents they could still be claims for solicitors in Westminster.
Unusual causes of road accidents
Roadworks are there to make improvements on the road. Though it is something that irritates many drivers, the work being done is carried out for a reason, and that is to keep the roads safe. Whether they are relaying a stretch of tarmac or repairing some cats eyes roadworks are essential.
As well as regular traffic lights temporary ones can also develop faults. In a worst case scenario both sets of traffic lights could be green. The kind of accident which could happen as a result could cause untold injuries and possibly fatalities.
Another every day circumstance which could cause accidents are emergency services vehicles. Despite their good intentions of getting to the destination quickly the reckless driving sometimes witnessed has caused other accidents before. Even though the accident may be responsible of the emergency services a solicitor in Westminster could still make a claim.
Solicitors in Westminster and unusual claims
In any accident claim your solicitors in Westminster will work around the clock to make sure that your case gets settled before there is a need for it to get to a court. In many situations this is possible but in some cases it can only be solved in a court environment.
If a court hearing is required in order to complete the case your solicitor will accompany you and present the case to the judge and jury, if there is one. Using any evidence which has been collected your solicitors in Westminster will demonstrate that you are not responsible for the accident.
If you have an accident which you are not sure if you can claim for you can call us at Accident Advice Helpline. We have a free phone number so even if you just want some advice you can call us. Our team of advisers are highly experienced in these matters and can help get your case started to contact us on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 18th May 2014
Author: David Brown