Rear End Collision Compensation Claims

Rear End Collision Compensation Claims

Involved in a rear-end collision? We can help you with your car accident claim. We are experts in claiming money back for our clients.

Rear-end collisions or shunts often happen as you approach a junction and, in such an incident, the force of another car hitting your vehicle may throw you forwards. Rear-end collisions can also occur if both cars start from a stationary position – such as at a junction or a set of traffic lights. Drivers who do not leave enough space between them and the car in front can often cause a crash if they accelerate suddenly.

In both of these, and in most similar situations, the driver in the rear is held responsible for the crash.

Rear-end accidents can be very serious as sudden impact to the rear of a car can cause the driver to lose control of his or her vehicle, resulting in a more serious crash. In situations of heavy, slow-moving traffic, it is quite common to see a domino-effect accident, in which one driver rear-ends another vehicle, which is then pushed into the rear of a third vehicle, and so on.

Even when both cars are moving, the force of a rear-end impact can cause a large amount of damage to both cars, and injuries to their drivers or passengers.

Claims National specialize in providing legal help and support for people who have suffered injuries in a Rear End Collision and will help you make the right decision and secure the compensation you deserve.

Every case is dealt in a strictly professional and confidential manor. Furthermore, there are no charges for legal fees and you will receive 100% of the compensation.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

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Rear end collision accidents are the most common type of road accidents and the injuries from them can vary from minor whiplash, to bone fractures, head injuries and paralysis.

If it is proven that the accident wasn’t your fault, then you may be able to claim for compensation. Claiming for compensation will cover expenses such as injuries, damage to your vehicle, treatment such as physiotherapy, storage and recovery charges, repair and hire charges, damaged property, loss of earnings, and any other losses.

How do I know if I am entitled to claim?

You may be eligible to claim for compensation if your injuries have forced you to experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Shoulder, back and arm pain
  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Blurred vision and headaches
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Burning sensation, tingling, and dizziness.

How much compensation will I receive?

In order to reach a compensation settlement figure, you will have to undergo an assessment wherein the extent of your injuries, predicted recovery time, medication needed, any rehabilitation, any treatments (i.e. physiotherapy), any time off work, and any loss of earnings etc. will be taken into consideration.