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Have you been involved in a road accident whilst driving a car, van, motorbike or other motor vehicle? Were you injured in a cycling accident? Or were you injured as a pedestrian?

If so, you may be able to claim for personal injury and any other losses or damage that you have suffered as a result of the accident.

Most road accident claims for compensation are made against other road users, but there are exceptions.

Accidents caused by unfit road surfaces, the actions of children, animals or other pedestrians are all valid circumstances for making your personal injury compensation claim.

To find out if you can make a claim for compensation please call us on 03330 112 732. Or hit the ‘start your claim button’ now.

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Driver Claims

Have you been injured while driving a car because of someone else’s fault? If you have been in a car accident, or any other road accident, you may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. If somebody else was to blame, you could be entitled to make a claim.

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Passenger Claims

Have you been injured while travelling as a passenger in a car, van, lorry or other motor vehicle? Or injured whilst a passenger on a motorbike? If you have been in a car accident, or any other road accident, you may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. As a passenger, the chances are someone else was to blame for the accident. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Pedestrian Claims

Have you been injured while out walking on the pavement or crossing a road?

Whether the accident involved a cyclist, car, motorbike, lorry or other road vehicle, you may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. As a pedestrian, the chances are someone else was to blame for the accident. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Motorcyclist

Have you been injured while riding your motorbike, scooter or moped, because of someone else’s fault? As the number of vehicles on the roads continues to rise, so does the number of accidents. Motorcyclists – usually less protected than drivers – tend to come off worst.

If you have been unfortunate enough to have been hit by a car or other motor vehicle – or to have come off your bike for any reason, due to no fault of your own you may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Cyclist

Have you been injured while cycling, because of someone else’s fault?

For many people, cycling is a pleasurable pastime or a convenient way to get to work. But when accidents happen the consequences can be just as severe as any accident involving road vehicles.

If you have been hit by a car or other motor vehicle whilst cycling, or if you have fallen off your bike due to a poor road surface or any other reason beyond your control, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim.

Bruising, broken bones, sprains, shock and head injuries are common in cycling accidents. Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Bus and Taxi Passanger

Have you been injured while travelling as a passenger on a bus, coach or in a taxi?

As a bus, coach or taxi passenger, you may have had little protection in an accident, however the person or organisation responsible for the service owes you a ‘duty of care’.

You may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living.

As a passenger, the chances are someone else was to blame for the accident. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Involving Animals

Have you been in a road accident involving an animal?

If you have been injured due to an accident caused by someone else’s pet or by livestock you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim against the animal’s owner.

You may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living. You could be entitled to make a claim.

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Involving Potholes

Have you been injured in a road accident resulting from potholes or a poorly maintained road?

Potholes can cause costly damage to your car and also lead to injury. You may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious.

Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living.

If you have suffered injury due to the state of the road surface, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim against the council or private land owner responsible for road maintenance.

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Claims Against Uninsured or Untraced Drivers

Have you been injured in a road accident caused by an uninsured or unknown driver? After the trauma of a road accident, to find out that the person who caused your accident is not insured can come as an unwanted piece of news.

Equally if the person who was driving the responsible vehicle does not stop and you were unable to get down their registration number, you may feel there is little point in contacting a solicitor. It is however still possible to bring a claim in each of these situations.

Although you cannot claim against the third party (the uninsured or untraced driver) in the usual way, you may seek compensation from the Motor Insurer’s Bureau (MIB), an organisation set up by participating insurers in England and Wales to compensate people in just these types of situation.

You may have suffered anything from bruises to broken bones, whiplash, shock, or something more serious. Your injury may have required you to take time off work, affecting your income and standard of living.

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