ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT CLAIMS
We know how essential it is to have the correct support when making a road traffic accident compensation claim for you or your loved ones. That’s why we employ a team of expert road traffic accident solicitors who will help and advise you every step of the way, while making sure the claim process is both swift and simple. The trauma of being in a road accident can be ongoing and therefore we approach each case sensitively and with the professionalism you deserve.
Your Right to Claim
It’s important to get the compensation, rehabilitation and support you’re entitled to. Claims can be made for any accident or injury involving a moving vehicle. It doesn’t matter whether you were a pedestrian, a cyclist, riding a motorbike or driving a car. Passengers can claim too. We will also help you to claim compensation if your road traffic accident was caused by an uninsured driver.
What You Can Claim
When it comes to road traffic accident compensation, our expert solicitors will apply to receive interim damages to cover your immediate financial needs should you be out of work or have medical requirements not covered by the NHS. We’ll also secure compensation for your damaged vehicle or bicycle. As experts in our field, we aim to get you the best compensation agreement possible which should also cover expenses resulting from your road traffic accident, including:
- Future loss of earnings
- Loss of pension entitlement
- Policy excess and/or the value of your vehicle
- Hire car charges
- Past and future private treatment fees
- Medication costs
- Property damage
- Care costs
- Aids and appliances
- Travel expenses
How to Make a Claim
Contact our road traffic accident solicitors as soon as possible. Insurance companies often try to settle claims directly and this could result in lost compensation. At Satchell Moran Solicitors, we’ll navigate the details of your case and advise you on how to proceed. Working on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis means that there’s nothing to pay upfront and nothing to pay if your claim is unsuccessful. If your claim succeeds, your opponent pays your legal fees.
Is There a Time Limit for Making a Claim?
Keep in mind that there is a time limit for making a road traffic accident compensation claim. In most cases, you must start your claim within three years. But it’s advisable to get in touch much sooner if you can. Exceptions include cases involving children or people with mental difficulties.
Contact Us Today
We take personal injury claims very seriously, with our specialist team of road traffic accident compensation lawyers ready to take on your case. Please contact a member of our Personal Injury Department today headed by Paula Satchell and Terry Moran on 0151 268 8282 or email us on email@example.com. You can also use the contact form below.