Road Traffic Accident Solicitors

Stay safe on the roads this winter

 The roads can be dangerous at this time of year. The unpredictability of weather conditions, and the increase in traffic, increase the chances of a road traffic accident. In addition, many see the holiday period as an opportunity to catch up with friends and family. Not to mention increased shopping expeditions and office parties, which can contribute to a higher incidence of road traffic accidents.

Statistically, the highest number of road traffic accidents happen in August, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and are in decline, so do not feel you cannot leave the house for fear of an accident. But unfortunately, accidents do happen and can have a major impact on the victim’s life.

Compensation for a non-fault road incident

Are you involved in a road traffic accident which was not your fault? Then, you will be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Did you know you could make a personal injury claim against the insurance company of the person who collided with you? Whether you are a pedestrian, motorcyclist, driver or cyclist, you can make a personal injury claim for compensation.

You may have been a passenger in a car, van, bus, or coach involved in a collision. You are eligible to make a personal injury compensation claim against the insurance company of the person responsible for the accident. Whether it is the driver of the vehicle you were travelling in or a third-party driver (possibly both if necessary).

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Lexadeen can help with road traffic accidents

Our experienced Personal Injury solicitors have earned a reputation for successfully settling road traffic accident claims for injury due to an RTA (road traffic accident). These accidents range from representing clients with whiplash injuries to the most serious and long-term injuries.
For more information, don’t hesitate to contact Lexadeen Solicitors to discuss whether you have an entitlement to a claim following a road traffic incident.