Car Accident Compensation Claims in London

Driver or Passenger in a Car Accident Solicitor

Drivers and/or passengers of cars involved in road accidents can claim compensation if they are not at fault. Typically this is claimed from the insurance company of the responsible party.

Types of car accident compensation we encounter:

  • Hit in the rear by another motorist?
  • A motorist pulled out of a side road or from a parked position into your car?
  • A motorist reversed into your car when parked?
  • Suffered a personal injury during a car accident .e.g. whiplash, head injury, spinal injury, broken bones, shock?

Road Traffic Accidents

A road traffic accident can occur as a result of a collision or can be caused by drivers avoiding a collision and losing control.

Similarly, one of the most common injuries occurring from a road accident is whiplash trauma. Even a sideways motion can cause injury to the neck and/or back.

Our car accident compensation team can help you recover:

• Injury suffered by drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists

• Loss of earnings as a result of injuries.

• Compensation towards repairs to your vehicle, car, motorbike or bicycle

• Payment for an engineer's inspection

• Compensation for pain and suffering.

• Travel Expenses such as taxi fares

• Care and assistance provided by friends and relatives

• Modification to your home if your road accident causes disability

• Cost of physiotherapy and/or other treatments required as a result of personal injury due

Our Costs

Our car accident compensation team will:

• take your case on a "no win no fee" basis

• ensure you receive 100% of the compensation awarded

Claiming Compensation

If you have been injured in a road traffic accident caused by another driver you could be entitled to compensation. Call our dedicated RTA Team on 0207 624 0041 for your free initial telephone advice and to book an appointment. Our London solicitors for accident claims look forward to helping you resolve your legal issues. No-win no-fee arrangements are available for some litigation claims, meaning you will pay nothing unless we win your case.