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Car Accident Compensation Claims

Have you been involved in a car accident which is also known as a road traffic accident? We can assist by offering a full range of benefits for victims of car accidents. If you are thinking of making a personal injury claim after a car accident then why look elsewhere? We can give you more than any one else!! 101%, not just the maximum 100% Compensation.

Need To Claim For A Car Accident?

If you have been involved in a motor accident (within the last three years) and if you have suffered from any personal injury, you may claim thousands of pounds in compensation, unless the accident happened through a fault of your own.

If you have been involved in a car accident in which someone has been injured, or where damage has been caused to someone else's belongings, then by law you must stop and exchange details with all the third parties involved in the accident, unless there is an exceptional circumstance. You need your personal details and the name and address of the owner of the vehicle you were driving if it is not you. You will also need the registration and insurance details. If you were unable to stop, you must give these details to the police within 24 hours.

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Making A Personal Injury Claim For A Car Accident

As long as you can show that the road accident was not your fault then you are entitled to make a personal injury claim whether you were a passenger, driver, pedestrian or a cyclist. Where applicable, make sure you notify your insurance company as soon as possible. Also, keep a record of any additional out of pocket expenses that you incur as a result of the car accident e.g. taxi fares, loan car, prescription charges; ensuring you keep the receipts.

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I Have Been Involved In A Car Accident, Can I Claim?

Even though the route of a car accident claim is based heavily on if the other party is insured or not, our expert lawyers will help you by determining the possibility of making a personal injury claim usually there and then. For more compliacted cases it can take up to 24 hours. For free advice and guidance on how we can help you pursue a more than 100% compensation claim or to follow our car accident claims process, complete the online application form.

Remember, although the process of claiming compensation can be complicated, it is always encouraged to pursue your claim to compensate for your personal injuries, including whiplash and any other losses incurred. To ensure that you receive the best personal injury compensation for your car accident, then you only need to instruct us to expertly assess and manage the legal formalities of your accident case.

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Are You A Close Relative &

Financially Dependent on An Injury Victim?

You may be able to claim compensation if you are a close relative of a serious car accident victim who has been fatally injured and you were financially reliant on them.

Not currently working and financially dependent on a close relative? Your circumstances will be unique to you, whether you are a housewife or househusband, actively looking for work, or too ill to work. You may even be injured yourself from a previous car accident, work accident or a trip slip. Whatever the circumstances, you are highly likely to be dependent on someone else to provide a source of money to live on.

Obviously, this is a financial situation which you may have been in and due to a fatal car accident that your supporter may have been involved in, things can change drastically. There can be a risk of your source of income completely stopping resulting in a money crisis. As some injuries can take a long time to heal, it could be a while before you see your situation returning to some normality.

Usually, people find that relying on a close relative’s income which suddenly stops can lead to bills mounting up and fund from savings deplete rather quickly. Things can be worse if you too have a partner and children that depends on you to provide for them.

You need to take action if you are in a position where your financial situation has changed because of a fatal car accident. If you no longer can afford to live on your own or manage your income, then we may be able to help you to claim compensation.

It can also be possible for you to obtain an equitable sum to reasonably help towards funeral and related costs if things do not work out. Contact us on 0800 612 7735 for more information.

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Partial Fault Accidents

An injury compensation claim for a car accident can still be made if you were partially at fault or even partially responsible for your actions leading to an injury. This does mean that the total compensation you would receive will be a reduced amount.

At the time of a car accident, it can seem easy to determine liability. However, there are several legislations in place that can conclude fault upon a less obvious person. Driving under the influence of alcohol can void car insurance which can complicate liability when a third party may have caused an injury. For things that you are not sure about, we can advise you on your personal circumstances and the likely ramifications of the accident.

Insurance companies have an interest in who is to blame for the accident. They will often have to pick up the bill for the repairs to all involved cars and the payout for the injury compensation claims. The bill can be shared between the companies if liability is split where the victim may be considered as ‘partial fault’. The consequences of this can affect your insurance status and limit the accident compensation you accept. We will give you more information if you are affected as the conditions vary from insurance companies to where the accident took place.

What Happens If My Car Door Is Hit?

Have you ever had your car door open and a passing vehicle hit it? Who would be at fault for the damage?

Well it does depend on how it happened. It is fair to say that car drivers should be driving with due care and attention, which allows them enough time to manoeuvre around or brake. This line of thought would appear to blame the driver if their car collides with an open door.

From another perspective, it is the responsibility of the driver or even the passenger to check that it is safe to open their car door. It is applicable when you exit the car, put goods in or help a child into the vehicle. The Highway Code in section 239 indicates that you should be aware of other road users and cyclists before opening your vehicle door to avoid hitting anything.

From this point of view, it is argued that opening a car door without checking first will likely to put you at fault if you hit a passing car. Yet, in a scenario where there is little or no traffic in the vicinity, a person can reason that a driver should be able to see a car door open had he been driving with due care and attention. As part of road safety, there is an expectation for drivers to use hazard perception skills as learnt in their driving lessons and test which anticipates for hazards such as opening doors.

In a car accident claim, it can often be difficult to prove what actually happened without an independent witness. One party may claim that you hit their car or transportation without checking the surroundings or you may insist that the driver of a passing vehicle should have seen the hazard had he been paying attention. These cases are better dealt with the use of witnesses or where possible, a CCTV recording. Get advice from our Road Traffic Specialist solicitor to see where you stand with your own personal circumstances.

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Determining Fault For An Accident

For clarification, it is important to understand that the ‘at fault’ person refers to the person that caused the accident or was responsible to the cause of it. The ‘no fault’ person is someone who is not responsible for the car accident at all. The ‘partial fault’ category is in between the former two and is applied where both parties are at fault, or in some cases, where it is difficult to establish who is ‘at fault’, both drivers may be required to share the fault.

As you can see from the extensive effects of determining fault, we recommend not admitting fault at the time of the accident. It can affect your 100% car accident compensation claim and may affect your future car insurance premiums. It is highly likely that other external factors may have influenced your accident which can be recalled at a later stage after the initial shock and can be used to strengthen your personal injury case. Even an eyewitness’ statement can provide a useful clue to who was responsible.

The driver who did not act according to the law is at fault. Generally, this can be applied to a simple case but it is not always clear in a more serious accident where there are several factors to consider before determining fault. We take it seriously should you be involved in a road traffic accident and will consider all the evidence needed to build your case to recover your losses and gain compensation for your injuries.

Take Action To Claim Compensation

Not 100% compensation, but a full 101% car accident injury compensation claim. Accident compensation claim can be done for soft tissue injury, whether in a car or a motorcycle, and many other types of injuries. If you want to know how much compensation you may recieve for car accident claims whiplash injury, then contact us for a figure from the Judicial Study Board official guidelines.

We can even provide car crash compensation payouts amount from our settled cases if you prefer. Car accident compensation, how long does it take to get settled? Well, it is tough to put a time on it as each case is different and depends on your personal circumstances. Car accident compensation forums can provide a lot of information on this subject. Yet, we advise that you get in touch with us to discuss the details for an estimated time as there is a lot of misleading information being shared online. Click on our online form to start your entitlement process or give us a call on 0800 612 7735.

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