Surrey is a county in the south-east of England bordering Kent, Hampshire, Berkshire and East and West Sussex. Surrey is a predominantly affluent area, densely populated with approximately 1.1 million residents. The M3, M23 and M25 motorways are accessible from Surrey and if you need to make a car accident claim in Surrey we could be able to help you.
Did an unsafe road cause your car accident in Surrey? Were there potholes, uneven road surfaces or obstacles in the road which you believe is to blame for your car accident? You may have experienced a car accident after poor signage caused other vehicles to pull out suddenly on to your road. Did you experience overgrown trees or other greenery which became problematic while driving? If you believe an unsafe road caused your car accident, we would like to hear from you and we may be able to help you make a claim for compensation.
What do you need to make a claim?
For us to be able to consider your car accident claim in Surrey your accident must have resulted in an injury which required medical attention. Your accident must also have happened in the last three years. If your accident was longer than this we will not be able to take your case on as too much time has elapsed. If your claim is nearing this timeframe we would encourage you to contact us immediately while we still have a window to make a claim.
If you believe the road you were using was unsafe and you don’t think you are to blame for your accident you may not be sure who is to blame. We can help establish whether there is any negligence which led to your accident and if there is, you could receive compensation.
Get the answers you need
Accident Advice Helpline are endorsed by Dame Esther Rantzen and we have helped thousands of accident victims over the years. You may have heard about our services from friends, family or in the media and if you have been involved in an accident and would like to find out more information about making a car accident claim in Surrey, we would like to help by offering you free advice over the phone.
Call us today on our freephone number 0800 689 0500 to get the help and answers you need.
Date Published: 7th December 2014
Author: David Brown