Car Accident Claims
Car accidents are amongst the most common causes of personal injury, but their particular circumstances can differ greatly.
- The types of injuries suffered depend on a number of factors, including the attributes and speed of the vehicle(s) involved in the collision, the comparative location of the parties, and a certain amount of chance.
- By far the most common type of injury associated with car crashes is whiplash, however it is also common to see broken bones, lacerations, bruising, internal organ trauma and head injuries.
- The minimum amount of compensation for pain and suffering is £1000 but this will increase depending on the severity of your injuries. We at Accidents Direct aim to ensure that all of our clients receive the maximum amount of compensation that they are entitled to.
Every road user has the responsibility to make sure that they’re driving carefully and safely. It is also compulsory for all vehicle owners and drivers to have relevant insurance policies. In the event of an accident cover is provided for all people who have been injured.
It is important to get all the details of other party where possible so that you can claim against them, however even if you are unable to do so, for example in the case of a hit-and-run, you may still be able to claim compensation.