With an estimated 32 million cars now on Britain’s roads, it can be of little surprise that of that 32 million, approximately 730,000 per year will be involved in some kind of road accident. Despite the fact that Britain has one of the best road safety records in Europe and in fact, throughout the world, this statistic still means that five people are fatally injured on Britain’s roads per day, and an estimated 80,000 people are seriously injured. If you’ve Googled the search term ‘Westminster car crash’ than sadly, you are probably among that statistic.
Westminster car crash
Being seriously injured in a road traffic accident such as a car crash can cause a range of injuries, the most common of which being whiplash. However, people can also end up with broken bones, brain trauma, or even paralysis. Regardless of the severity of your injury, if you’ve been involved in a Westminster car crash (or anywhere else in the UK) that wasn’t your fault, then it’s crucial that you find out if you’re entitled to make a claim. Costly medical bills and loss of earnings can put a serious dent in your finances and if you also have to take time off work, mounting bills and medical expenses means you could soon find yourself in a precarious financial situation.
Your right to claim
Therefore, if you’ve been involved in a Westminster car crash in the last three years, which wasn’t your fault, and you’ve suffered financially, physically and emotionally as a result, then it’s only right that you be compensated for your injury. Firstly, it’s vital that you choose an accredited and experienced law firm to review your claim, one whom you can rely on to be professional and transparent in their approach. Thankfully, Accident Advice Helpline, is one such company, with over 10 years’ experience they’re committed to helping people just like you get the compensation they deserve.
A legal service you can trust
Finding out if you’re entitled to compensation is much simpler than you might think, in fact you can find out if you qualify in less than a minute using our online compensation calculator. If you decide to proceed, you can then get in touch with one of our professional, friendly specialists who will help review and process your claim. All phone calls are in the strictest confidence, and there’s absolutely no obligation to proceed, should you decide not to go forward with your claim.
Date Published: 10th July 2014
Author: Jan Newell