When you are a good driver you take care on the roads you do not expect to be injured in an accident that was not your fault. You keep a watchful eye on what is going on around you and look out for cycles, motorbikes and pedestrians. Unfortunately not all road users take this much care and the most common cause of all Suffolk road traffic accidents is a lack of driver concentration.
This does not apply to just Suffolk road traffic accidents, all over the country drivers are talking on their mobiles, trying to read maps while they are driving or maybe trying to tune the radio or change a CD. It only takes some little to distract you for a few seconds to cause an accident.
The results of Suffolk road traffic accidents
The aftermath of Suffolk road traffic accidents can be dire for anyone injured in them. There are times when the injuries are so severe that peoples lives are changed forever, and on average 5 road users a day lose their life in a road traffic accident.
But it is not just motor vehicle drivers that are at risk. Bicyclists and pedestrians are often injured in accidents on our roads and the most common reason given by drivers that admit the accident was their fault is that they just did not see them in time to stop.
Financing your personal injury claim
If you have been injured in Suffolk road traffic accidents, or any other type of accident that was not your fault, no matter where you live in the UK we can help you. We have been assisting innocent victims with their claims for over 16 years and as long as your injuries needed medical attention, and the accident happened no more than three years ago, we can help you as well.
We handle all our claims on a no-win, no-fee basis so that you do not have to worry about financing you claim. Victims often suffer financial hardship after an accident, but this way, making a claim with us is affordable for everyone.
Find out all you need to know about pursuing compensation by having a chat to our expert claims advisors. They will answer all your questions and guide you through your claim, if you decide to proceed. You will be under no obligation to do so.
You have nothing to lose by getting in touch so why no give us a call today? From a landline ring us on 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile dial 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 19th August 2014
Author: David Brown