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Accident Claims

There are several types of accidents in which the victim can claim for compensation. Some of the most popular accidents include Whiplash Injury, road traffic accidents, accidents at work, medical negligence, slip, trip or fall, accidents in public places, motorcycle accidents, personal injury and back injury. The amount of compensation provided in all these cases depends very much upon the severity of the injury and the percentage of negligence of the alleged party. One must make accident claims within three years of the accident as after that period, the victim can lose entitlement for making accident claims.

One can make a road accident claim if the accident happened due to negligence of other driver on the road. Pedestrian accidents are also common and the victim in such accident can sue the responsible party for slip, trip or fall injury. Accidents at work happen when the employer is negligent enough to avoid proper risk assessment of the working area. Accidents can also happen in public area such as supermarket. The supermarket owner holds liability to keep warning signs on unsafe areas like wet floors, spillage, oily floors and walkways having loose electricity wires.

There are several instances when an innocent person dies in the accident. For example Mr. X was going to office when a speeding car hit him from the back. He got badly injured and died on the spot due to excessive bleeding and multiple bone fractures inside the body. The widow of Mr. X gathered contact details of eye witnesses and her solicitors proved in the county court of law that Mr. X was innocent and accident happened due to negligent driving of Mr. Y. After winning the compensation case, widow of Mr. X received compensation for funeral expenses, loss of present and future earnings and for the mental pain and anxiety which she faced due to getting widow in a young age of only 32 years.

The amount of compensation depends highly upon the loss of present and future earnings due to the injury incurred in an accident. There are a number of solicitors who work on a no fee basis so as to provide maximum compensation for accident claims. Unlike other solicitors, the no win no-fee solicitors do not prioritise money and their sole concern is to get monetary justice for those who suffered in an accident without any fault of theirs. These solicitors can not charge even a penny if you lose the accident claim case and can take their fee only if you win the compensation case.

See how much your claim could be worth.

Examples of Compensation Awards for Injury Claims*
Serious Back Injury
£30,000
Wrist Injury
£3,000
Serious Neck Injury
£30,000
Serious Hand Injury
£10,000
Ankle Injury
£3,000
Serious Knee Injury
£20,000
Serious Head Injury
£50,000

*damages for loss of earnings and other losses and expenses are commonly paid in addition to the injury award and will vary in each case