If you have been involved in a car crash, you could be entitled to monetary settlement for your injuries. Whether you were driving the vehicle, a traveler in the driver’s car or a someone walking on the pavement, you could have the right make a personal injury claim to compensate you for your injuries.
Vehicle crash injuries can vary from small bruises and whiplash, right up to an extremely serious head or back injury. We recognise just how much of an effect a vehicle cash can have on your life in addition to the lives of your loved ones. That is why we are devoted to fighting hard for our clients and securing the highest level of compensation we can. If you have been hurt in a vehicle collision, get in touch with our car crash claims specialists today.
Making a car accident claim
Evidence is a very important aspect of making a personal injury claim and can affect the level of compensation that you are entitled to. However, knowing what evidence is important and necessary can be difficult. That is why it is essential to instruct a highly experienced personal injury team to assist you with your claim and help you gather the evidence needed to launch your claim and get the compensation that you deserve.
After your preliminary no obligation discussion with our claims experts, you will be referred to a personal injury lawyer who will fight hard for you.
If you are involved in a car or road collision, you should report the accident to the police. You should give the police officer as many details as you can remember about the accident. This allows a police report to be lodged. A police report can often be an important piece of evidence when making a car accident claim.
Along with making a police accident report, you should note down all the details of the accident, such as the people involved in the accident, the type of car and number plates. You should also keep a detailed record of any injuries that you suffer as a result of your accident. This includes any aches and pain, headaches, migraines, mobility issues, sleeplessness or mental trauma that you suffer as a result of your accident.
Other evidence that could prove to be helpful includes:
- Photos of the crash;
- Pictures of the injuries you received as a result of the car accident;
- Prescriptions issued as a result of the injuries received;
- Medical records of your injuries.
We work on a no win no fee* basis so you can start your claim without having to worry about the costs involved.
Contact Personal Injury Swindon
Personal Injury Swindon are on hand to help you claim the compensation that you deserve following a car or road accident. Contact our team today for a no obligation discussion about your injuries, the next steps, the claims process and how much compensation you could be entitled to. You can call our specialists on 01793 393184 or complete our online enquiry form and we will be in contact soon.
*Other costs may be payable
**Personal Injury Swindon have a team of technical claims qualifiers who will speak with you and if you have, in our opinion, a valid claim we can refer your case to one of the personal injury solicitors on our panel.