The UK's roads can be dangerous, but how big a risk do you face when you're out driving your car?
In 2015, over 140,000 road traffic accidents that resulted in a personal injury were reported to the police with over 22,000 of these leading to serious injury.
When you’re involved in a road accident claim you could be left with injuries ranging from mild whiplash to severe head and spinal injuries. This type of accident can dramatically affect a person’s quality of life and they may need not only financial compensation but access to physical and mental rehabilitation too.
Advice Following a Road Accident
If you’re involved in a motor accident, call the police straight away. Write down the other person’s details (i.e. name, address, vehicle registration, insurance company details). If there are any witnesses try and obtain their details also.
At the Specter Partnership, we've got years of experience helping people who have been the unfortunate to be a victim of a road traffic accident, to claim compensation. We will be there to help you in your road accident claim, from initial consultation right through to representation.
You've been in an accident in your car while out on the road, what happens now?If you're unfortunate enough to suffer a personal injury as a result of a car accident that isn't your fault, you could be faced with some physically and mentally debilitating consequences, not to mention the financial impact. Fortunately, we're here to help with your road accident claim. If you or someone you know has been in an accident on the road, and someone else is to blame, you are entitled to claim compensation. Compensation amounts can go a long way to helping you and your family get back on track and can help cover things like loss of income and medical or rehabilitation expenses.
How we can help you with your Road Accident Claim
At The Specter Partnership we understand the strain such injuries can put on yourself and relationships with family or loved ones. Our personal injury experts will be proactive in getting you not only the financial compensation you deserve, but the best possible rehabilitation and support networks too.
How do I make a claim for compensation?If you want to make a claim for a road traffic related personal injury, you will need to prove the following:
- Your injury was caused by a person who owed you a duty of care,
- They then breached that duty of care,
- As a result of that breach of care, they caused you damage/injury.
Our personal injury lawyers and road accident claims specialists will assess your situation and put together a thorough and well-researched case in order to get you the compensation you deserve.
Speak in confidence with our solicitors today. They will offer you free, qualified, legal advice on making a road accident compensation claim.