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The symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries

Have you been treated for the symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries? You may be entitled to compensation. Contact Accident Advice Helpline.

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  1. Did the accident happen within the last two years?
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The symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries

Although all road accidents can potentially lead to serious injuries, pedestrians face the greatest risk of suffering serious personal injury if they are involved in a road traffic accident. In the majority of pedestrian accident cases, a negligent or inattentive driver was to blame. In other cases, a pedestrian could be responsible for an accident by ignoring traffic light signals, or by not using the designated pavement or crossing areas.

If within the past three years you have been involved in a road accident in which another person was at least partially at fault, then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Contact Accident Advice Helpline today for free expert advice on a potential claim.

The symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries

The symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries vary, depending on the age, gender and socio-economic status of the individual. The young, elderly and those from lower income households are most affected.

The most common symptoms of pedestrian injuries include:

  • Cuts and bruises
  • Road rash
  • Sprains and muscle strains
  • Fractures and broken bones
  • More serious accidents could lead to limb loss, paralysis and even death.

Remember that in order for you to have a valid compensation claim, you must provide proof that you received medical attention and had the symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries treated.

About Accident Advice Helpline

Accident Advice Helpline has over 15 years’ experience in the realm of personal injury law as pertains to pedestrian accident and injury claims. Our specialist legal team has handled all types of personal cases and can help you file a No Win No Fee claim following a non-fault accident.

We are committed to helping our clients recover the full compensation they need to get them back on their feet, and we will stop at nothing to see that you get the justice you deserve.

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As with all personal injuries, the symptoms of pedestrian road traffic accident injuries should never be taken lightly, and we understand just how difficult it can be to cope after a bad accident. By choosing to file a claim with Accident Advice Helpline, you will dramatically increase your chances of receiving the full compensation you are legally entitled to. Our specialist accident claim solicitors are experienced in gathering and examining evidence, interviewing witnesses, consulting with forensic experts and negotiating with insurance companies.

If you believe that another person was partially or fully at fault for your accident, you may have a valid claim for compensation. Call us today on 0800 083 5045.

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