Car Accident Claims
Have you suffered a neck or upper spinal injury after a car accident? If you believe someone else is culpable for you injuries due to incompetence, you may be able to file a car accident claim against them for injury compensation.
Car accident claims are most commonly brought for whiplash, an intensely painful and sometimes restricting injury caused by over extension or strain of the neck. The severity of the injury largely depends on the force by which a vehicle was hit, whether from the front or behind. If a car is stationary at the time of the collision, the force of the impact will likely lead to moderate or severe whiplash, from which it can take months or even years to recover. Whiplash refers to a form of neck sprain, usually caused when the neck is jolted forwards or backwards abruptly. This unnatural force of movement causes both the muscles and supporting ligaments to be over-flexed, thus tearing or sometimes severing delicate tissues.
If you have sustained whiplash, or any other kind of injury following a road traffic accident, it is important you seek medical attention as soon as possible. Most people will be eligible for treatment on the NHS, however if this is not the case, or you require urgent surgery, our car accident claims solicitors could arrange for private medical treatment as part of the no win no fee agreement. Not all claimants will be eligible for specialist medical treatment, however, we can still pursue a claim for compensation on your behalf, at no cost. We only undertake cases we believe have a strong chance of success, and if we win, you will receive 100% of the compensation awarded.
Find out whether you qualify for compensation by taking advantage of our no fee claim assessment service today.
The UK’s Car Accident Claim Specialists
Car accident claims should never be considered an easy route to compensation, but with the right solicitor acting on your behalf and a solid case, there is no reason why your claim shouldn’t be successful. By law, you are required to prove the fundamentals of your claim: your injuries and the fact you were not at fault for the accident. In many cases, the driver at fault will generally admit liability once the police are in attendance at the scene, however there are circumstances where drivers simply fail to stop, or it transpires they do not hold valid car insurance. However difficult or extraordinary your case may seem, our accident injury solicitors are here to help. We will investigate any leads necessary to compile a solid case and mediate with the insurers on your behalf.
No Win No Fee Car Accident Claims
You’ll come across many interpretations of the no win no fee concept, however not all are devised with the benefit of the claimant in mind. We believe no accident victim should be liable for legal costs when pursuing a case. Our car accident claims are offered on a no win no fee basis; all costs sought from the liable party’s insurer in a separate claim made by us. This means that, in the event we recover compensation on your behalf, you will receive 100% of the amount awarded.
If you would like further information regarding our car accident claims criteria, or questions pertaining to the legal process, contact our qualified accident injury representatives by calling our office on the free-phone number. Alternatively, submit your details to us using the online form in the event you’d prefer to arrange a call-back.