Car Accident Claim

Our No Win, No Fee Solicitors can help you to claim compensation if you were injured in a car accident through no fault of your own. Call us today on 0203 909 8399 or make an online.

If you’ve been involved in a car accident, we know it can be very distressing. As well as being painful, your injury is also likely to have caused you and your family unnecessary stress. We’re here to help you.

If your car accident happened in the last three years, was somebody else’s fault and caused you to be injured, then it’s likely we can help you start a car accident claim.

Compensation can help you get back to where you were before your injury. Whether that’s helping you cover the costs of your injury, allowing you to get the treatment you need to recover, or providing you with the funds to adapt your home or car if you’ve suffered from a serious injury.

What’s involved in claiming?

The first step is to get in contact with us to find out if you can claim. Typically, we’re able to tell you in one call whether we’re able to help.

If you decide you’d like to take the next step, we can then put you forward to a specialist solicitor. They’ll also give you some free advice and a consultation on how they can help you.

They’ll make sure you’re happy to proceed and will talk through the no win no fee agreement with you.

Call Connaught Law on 0203 909 8399 or make an online claim and receive a free callback.

If you’re still happy to go ahead, they’ll contact the other party (the party responsible for your car accident) and speak to them on your behalf – letting them know that you’ll be making a claim for your injuries and damages.

Uninsured Motorist Traffic Accident Claims

If your road accident injuries were caused by the negligent driving of an uninsured motorist, your claim could be referred to the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) under the “Uninsured Drivers Agreement”. MIB claims can be complex and it is important to have expert Solicitors dealing with your claim.

What To Do In The Event Of A Car Accident

There are several things that will help you with your claim that you should remember to do if you are involved in a car crash and in the aftermath of any road accident:

  • Get the details of the third party (vehicle number plate and contact details for example)
  • Notify the police of the incident if necessary (if there is any dispute over the cause and fault of the accident or any danger to you or other road users)
  • Seek medical attention following the incident if it wasn’t needed at the time (whiplash symptoms can take several days to develop)
  • Keep a record of all costs incurred following the accident (keep receipts safe as you’ll need to provide evidence of your expenses)

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