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Road Traffic Accidents

These types of claims are the most common type of accidents giving rise to claims for injury. The most common type of road traffic accident claim is for a collision where your vehicle is stopped but the person behind you does not stop behind you but hits the back of your vehicle. In such circumstances it can be that you suffer an injury to your neck, shoulders, upper or lower back or to other parts of your body.

Other types of road traffic accidents include accidents on roundabouts, at T-junctions where the other driver pulls out without checking it is safe to do so, and accidents involving motorbikes.

A claim can be made if you are a passenger in the vehicle as well as if you were the driver and it is possible to claim against the driver of your vehicle, if they were at fault for the accident and you were a passenger in the vehicle.

There are special arrangements to cover making claims against uninsured drivers or drivers who can't be traced, involving the Motor Insurers Bureau.

In addition to the injury it is possible to recover for a variety of different financial losses caused by the accident, including but not limited to loss of earnings, medication expenses, hire charges, insurance excess or pre-accident value.

Our highly experienced solicitors have over 10 years of experience in dealing with such claims.

If you think you may have a claim that we can help you with, please contact us on 0116 2999 199 or via this website and let our friendly, professional staff discuss your claim with you.

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