Drivers and Road Traffic Accidents
For obvious reasons, in percentage terms drivers make up the largest group in terms of those injured or killed in a road traffic accident, because the overwelming majority of accidents involve two or more 4 wheel motor vehicles. According to the Department of Transport, for example, in 2003, 64.81% of all those injured were in cars and of the 3,508 people who were killed in road traffic accidents that year, 1,769 were in cars (50.43%). The majority of these deaths and injuries were to the drivers of the vehicles involved and that is just in relation to cars. When the casualties relating to other forms of 4 wheel motor vehicle are taken into account, the statistics make even more grim reading for drivers.
Invariably, a driver will find that the driver of the other vehicle involved in the accident will dispute liability. That is why when you are involved in an accident, you should get legal assistance at a very early stage. That is where we can help, as we have the expertise to bring a claim for compensation and resolve liability disputes and the overall claim itself at the earliest stage possible.
Accordingly, should you have been involved and injured in a road traffic accident within the last 3 years, then please contact us either by phoning 07919 561266 or completing the questionnaire opposite. If the accident was not your fault, then you are entitled to compensation.
How To Contact Us
To contact The Accident Solicitors about a personal injury claim, please either telephone us on 0333 3010 700 or complete the short questionnaire above. Simply click the 'Send Now' button to submit the questionnaire once you have completed it. Upon receipt, it will be assessed by a solicitor who will then contact you to discuss the matter. The solicitor appointed to contact you, will be a specialist in your type of accident. The Accident Solicitors handle cases on behalf of clients throughout the country. Our head office is based in Wilmslow, Cheshire, and we also have offices in Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Chester, Stoke-on-Trent, Leeds, Sheffield, Preston, Nottingham, London, Exeter, Bristol, and Birmingham.
This initial consultation is completely free of charge.