What to do after the accident?
If you are fit to do so, you should collect as much information as possible at the time of the accident. This information may include;
The registration numbers of vehicles involved
The personal details of other drivers and passengers
Photos of the accident and damage caused, or detailed sketches
All of this information will help your solicitor to get an accurate picture of what happened if you do decide to make a car accident injury claim.
You should also complete an accident report form for your own insurers. The car accident must be reported to your insurers and, if there were injuries, to the police.
Making a car accident injury claim
If you have suffered a car accident injury, we can help you claim the compensation you deserve. This compensation can help cover any treatment costs as well as cover any lost income through time off work. You do not have to be the driver to make a claim – if you were injured as a passenger, a pedestrian or a cyclist, you can still claim compensation.
A compensation claim can be made for a range of car accident injuries – whatever your injury we can help your life back on track. Perhaps the most common car accident injury is whiplash, which in extreme cases can lead to ongoing discomfort or tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Read our whiplash page for more information.
We find the right solicitor to handle your claim so you don’t have to, leaving you free to recover from your injuries in peace.
For more information on no win no fee compensation claims, call our team or claim online today.