South Ribble, in Lancashire, north-west England, has a population of approximately 109,000 people and was voted by the Audit Commission in 2007 as being one of the best district councils in England. If you have been involved in a car accident here and need more information about how to make a car accident claim in South Ribble, you may want to speak to an expert claims advisor.
Were you a victim of road rage?
Some of us may have had the misfortune to experience a road rage incident while driving. It can be a terrifying and confusing situation to witness. The road rage incident may not have been directed at you but you may have suffered from its effects. Were you driving when you were affected by a road rage incident which inadvertently caused your car accident? If you are not to blame then why should you be left with injuries, physical or psychological?
Were you the victim of a road rage from another driver which left your vehicle damaged and left you with injuries which needed medical attention? People who act out in a violent and aggressive manner while behind the wheel can easily cause accidents with their reckless and irresponsible behaviour. If you have been injured after a road rage incident you may want to think about making a car accident claim in South Ribble, and we could help you.
Making a claim
Making a claim is not as complicated as you may think so you do not need to worry about the process as we will make it as easy as possible, and we can help you by taking on the hard work for you. To be eligible to make a claim your accident must have happened in the last three years and have resulted in your injuries. We can help find out whether there was negligence to blame for your injuries and we can seek compensation on your behalf.
What should you do if you’ve been in a car accident?
Speaking to our friendly team of advisors can help you determine the next steps in making a car accident claim in South Ribble. Whether you just want to speak to someone about your options or you want to make a claim, Accident Advice Helpline are more than happy to speak to you and give you free advice over the phone on 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 7th December 2014
Author: David Brown