If you have been hurt or injured in an accident that was not your own fault then you may now be searching for an accident lawyer to help you make a compensation claim. If this is the case then you are most certainly doing the right thing, after all if you have suffered due to the fault of somebody else then you should seek the cash compensation which you are entitled to.
Your search for an accident lawyer may have left you over whelmed and confused. It does not need to be this way and Accident Advice Helpline is here to help you. If you are looking for an accident lawyer on the basis of ‘no win, no fee*’ in a particular area, such as an accident lawyer on the basis of ‘no win, no fee*’ in Norbury, then look no further. As we are a nationwide law firm we have accident lawyers all over the UK. All of our in-house accident lawyers always work on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis for all clients. So we can take on your accident claim ‘no win, no fee*’ in Norbury.
No win no fee* in Norbury
Norbury is a town in the London Borough of Croydon, also crossing the London Borough of Merton. It shares the postcode London SW16 with nearby Streatham. Norbury is 6.7 miles south of Charing Cross. Like anywhere in the world Norbury has seen it’s fair share of accidents over the years but luckily Accident Advice Helpline and it’s team of in house accident lawyers have been here to help the innocent victims of the accidents.
A common type of accident that we have dealt with numerous times is raod traffic accidents. Here are some road traffic accident facts and figures:
Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain, 2013Open Claim Calculator
- Killed 1,754
- Seriously Injured 23,039
- Slightly Injured 170,930
- All 195,723
These figures are for road accidents in which someone was injured on a public road and which were reported to the police. Although virtually all fatal road accidents are reported to the police, it is known that many involving injury are not reported, even when some of those involved required medical or hospital treatment. It is estimated that the total number of road casualties in Great Britain is between 660,000 and 880,000 per year, with a best estimate of around 730,000. This includes an estimated 80,000 people who are seriously injured.
Around 400 people a year are killed in crashes in which someone exceeds the speed limit or drives too fast for the conditions.
Around 280 people die a year in crashes in which someone was over the legal drink drive limit.
Seat Belt Wearing
Around 200 lives each year could be saved if everyone always wore their seat belt.
More than 300 deaths a year involve someone being “careless, reckless or in a hurry”, and a further 120 involve “aggressive driving”.
Around one third of fatal and serious road crashes involve someone who was at work.
More than 400 people are killed in crashes involving young car drivers aged 17 to 24 years, every year, including over 150 young drivers, 90 passengers and more than 170 other road users.