Have you been hurt in a Wyre car accident that was the fault of another driver? Did you have passengers in your car who were also injured? If you all had to have medical treatment for your injuries and the incident took place sometime within the past three years, you can all claim personal injury compensation, as can any passengers in the other car too, just as long as they weren’t responsible for the accident.
The number of serious injuries caused by road traffic accidents has fallen dramatically since the introduction of seatbelts back in 1983. However, with the injury rates rising to almost 200,000 last year, far too many people are still being injured, mostly through accidents attributed to some sort of driver error.
The problem is that there are plenty of distractions that can disturb a driver’s concentration. According to a recent survey carried out by the one of the motoring organisations, who questioned 18,000 of their members, approximately 38% admitted to being distracted by passengers, radios, sat navs and/or mobile phones. Of this 18,000, 7,000 admitted losing concentration, with 548 reporting near miss incidents. 106 drivers actually crashed.
Evaluating your Wyre car accident claim
If you’ve been hurt in a Wyre car accident caused by a distracted driver, we here at Accident Advice Helpline offer to help you to launch a personal injury claim to obtain appropriate financial compensation. If you’re wondering how much compensation your injury could be worth, you can get a good idea by taking the 30-second test here on this website.
The test does two things. In the first instance it predicts whether or not you appear to have a valid claim (it does this by evaluating the answers you give to 4 simple questions) and in the second instance, if your claim appears to be legitimate in principle, it will estimate how much compensation you could be awarded.
Accident Advice Helpline can get you the compensation you need
If you suffered any financial loss, such as loss of earnings, loss of future earnings and any costs associated with lifestyle changes and physiotherapy etc. these will be taken into account separately by the compensation claim lawyer allocated to your case. For more information and to chat to a member of our customer support team via the free helpline service that we provide, use a UK based landline and call 0800 689 0500. There is a different number to call from mobiles. This number is 0333 500 0993.
Every claim raised via Accident Advice Helpline is covered by our no-win, no-fee guarantee. Our services also come highly recommended by the one and only Dame Esther Rantzen. You won’t find a better accident claim lawyer than us, so why not call us today and get your claim started after a Wyre car accident?
Date Published: 7th June 2014
Author: David Brown