Traffic Accident Compensation Claim

Traffic Accident Compensation Claim

You are entitled to make a motor vehicle accident claim for loss and injuries if someone else can be proven to be held responsible.

These incidents account for the majority of all accident and personal injury compensation claims. They are the most common type of accident claim and have a high success rate, as liability is easily determined.

At Claims National, we can assist you with your traffic accident compensation claim and, after providing the details of your accident to our expert lawyers, our advisors will be able to tell you if you are eligible to make a ‘No Win, No Fee’ claim.

We will ensure that you receive 100% of your compensation and pay nothing in solicitor’s fees.

24 hr Claims Helpline 0808 168 5385

We can help you with your motor vehicle accident claim if:
  • You have been a driver or a passenger in a car
  • You have been a passenger on public transport
  • You were on a motorbike
  • You were a cyclist
  • You were a pedestrian
  • The accident occurred due to poor road surfaces and/or maintenance
  • The person at fault was not insured or cannot be traced

Common injuries from motor vehicle accidents include whiplash and broken bones – although, sometimes they can be more serious, requiring hospital stays.

At the end of the day, your health is our priority. As part of your claim we will aim to seek compensation for any healthcare expenses you have incurred as a direct result of the accident. We will ensure that your claim is dealt with in the most professional and efficient manner.

Compensation guide

Up To
  • Head/Neck
    One Foot
    Both Feet

  • £42,000

The figures displayed are for guidance, for more assistance please call on: 0808 168 5385

24 hr Claims Helpline 0808 168 5385

Road traffic accidents are extremely common, now more than ever, due to the increasing number of vehicles on the road. Every year in the UK, around 200,000 people are killed due to a road traffic accident.

Injuries obtained from road traffic accidents can vary from minor to severe, and in worst cases, can even result in fatalities. Injuries that could be claimed for include; whiplash, soft tissue injuries, broken bones and fractures, sensory loss, organ damage, head, brain and spinal injuries, and loss of limbs.

Children are also frequently involved in road traffic accidents;  you can claim for compensation on their behalf.

Road traffic accidents can be extremely traumatic and life changing, and many people suffer with psychiatric illnesses such as PTSD, following an accident. If this is your experience, and you have developed any form of psychiatric illness additional to your primary injuries, you may be entitled to claim for compensation for this.

If you have had to take any time off work due to your injuries, then claiming for compensation will cover any loss of earnings. If you have received/require any rehabilitation, therapy, treatment, medical care, adaptations to the house etc. then claiming for compensation will cover any of these expenses.