Road Traffic Accidents.

Do you know what to do if you are involved in a road traffic accident?

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident and were not at fault you could be entitled to compensation. Road traffic accidents can be caused by a number of different things, but often they are the result of another road user, obstacles in the road or unsafe driving conditions.

You are able to make a road traffic accident claim for compensation if you have been involved in an accident and the blame lies with someone else.

What Causes a Road Traffic Accident?

Road traffic accidents are common and may result in severe injuries and occasionally fatalities, as well as vehicle damage. There are a number of factors that can result in a road traffic accident such as speeding, drink driving, loss of control and lack of experience.

Regardless of the cause of the accident, if you were not at fault the chances are you’ll be entitled to compensation.

Who Can Make a Road Traffic Accident Claim?

If you have been in a road accident and you were not at fault it is possible for you to claim compensation for any injuries and damages suffered. Injuries can range from minor bruises to those that are more severe.

Compensation is calculated based on the specific damages you have suffered and personal injury, vehicle damage, lost wages, medical expenses and financial losses are all taken into consideration. A road traffic accident solicitor will be able to provide some insight into how much you are likely to receive.

How Can Lewis & Co. Help?

At Lewis & Co. we are experienced in dealing with a wide range of road traffic accident cases and work closely with you to help you claim the compensation you deserve. Our team know just how much of an impact a road traffic accident can have on your life and the stress and worry it can cause. Therefore we always provide you with the support needed to make a successful claim, keeping you up to date and informed throughout.

If you want to make a road traffic accident claim or require more information, get in touch on 0203 781 7810 or via our online contact form.