Injuries from St Helens road traffic accidents
The most common type of incident that comes to mind when “road traffic accidents” are being discussed is a collision between two drivers, where one or both drivers have been injured. However, this is far from being the only type of accident. In fact, not only is there a great degree of diversity in the types of accidents that take place, there are also a wide array of people who may find themselves injured as a road traffic accident.
Road traffic accidents could potentially affect any number of the following people, in any combination:
- Car or lorry drivers
- Passengers in a vehicle
- Pedestrians and passers-by
Additionally, the types of accidents that could potentially occur include:
- A collision between two vehicles, such as two cars, a car and lorry, and so on
- A collision between a car and cyclist
- A collision between a cyclist and pedestrian
- A collision between a driver and a roadside object
As well as many other types of accident.
Accidents can be further complicated by a number of different factors that must also be taken into consideration when establishing who is at fault, such as:
- The condition of the road where the accident took place
- The weather conditions at the time the accident occurred
- The sequence of events leading up to the accident
As well as other conditions.
As a result of the number of different factors at play in any given road traffic accident, it’s safe to say that every accident is unique and the best way to get the help you need after being involved in an accident is to trust an expert in personal injury law.
Accident Advice Helpline is a law firm that provides legal advice and representation for accident claims, so if you’re eager to find out what kind of help is available to you when it comes to St Helens road traffic accidents, you should get in touch with us at your earliest opportunity.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline today
So long as you have been injured and sought medical attention due to an accident in the last three years that another person caused due to their negligence or carelessness, Accident Advice Helpline could provide you win advice and representation from our in-house solicitors on a no win, no fee basis.
Call us now on 0800 689 0500 free from your landline phone or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile, to speak to one of our friendly, helpful advisers. Alternatively, you can arrange to have an advisor give you a call back by texting ‘claim365’ to 88010.
Date Published: 17th August 2014
Author: David Brown