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Sustaining a personal injury in a car accident

Unfortunately car accidents happen every day in the UK. Many people are hurt or injured as result of the driving behaviour or actions of another road user. If you have been hurt in a car accident that someone else caused then you are legally entitled to pursue a claim for personal injury if you can show that it was not your fault. Many car accident claims are not disputed, for example if someone drove into the rear of your car and you have sustained a whiplash injury then your claim should be relatively straightforward.

Personal injury
A personal injury is any injury that has been sustained as a result of the actions of another person. You are entitled to pursue compensation if it can be proven that your car accident was someone else's fault. Whether you were a driver, passenger, pedestrian or cyclist you are entitled to seek compensation in order to move on from your accident.

No win, no fee compensation
You will not have to worry about the cost of making a personal injury claim. That's because we will run your claim on a no win, no fee basis. This is exactly as it sounds; if your claim is not successful, there is no money to pay, so it means that you are at no financial risk and you can focus on the most important thing; getting better.

How to make a car accident claim
If you have decided that you might want to pursue personal injury compensation, then please give us a call. The process is not complicated and we are here to give you advice and guide you at every step of the way. We will assess your claim and then a personal injury solicitor will be assigned to you. We have extensive experience in all types of personal injury claim so you can be assured of professional and highly qualified attention.

Call now on 0800 197 32 32 or fill in our online claim form and we will call you back to discuss your accident claim.