When it comes to personal injury claims, one of the most common types of claim that we deal with are motor vehicle accidents. Normally when you are dealing with this type of claim there is always a person at fault, so it is easy to assign the blame and therefore make a clear personal injury claim. When it comes to motor vehicles accident they usually occur on public roads and can occur as a result of an accident between two vehicles or one vehicle and an external object.
Regardless of the type of accident that you have, if it has been caused through the negligence of another person, for example as the result of a collision with another vehicle, or as the result of negligence on behalf of a third party, such as obstacles on the road, then you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
When it comes to accidents which occur on a public road, there are a number of different accidents that you could make a claim for and these include:
When it comes to public road accidents you could receive a number of injuries and these include:
Depending on your accident there are a number of people that you could make a claim against. If you are injured as the result of a collision with another vehicle then you could make a claim against a negligent driver if they are at fault. Alternately if you are involved in an accident as a result of negligence on the road, such as a pothole or ice then you could make a claim against the council if you feel they have been negligent in their road maintenance.
Legal Request are personal injury experts and can help you with your claim every step of the way. Our team will work with you to ensure that you receive every penny that you are entitled to – straight back into your pocket.
For more information or to start claiming today contact the Legal Request team on 0800 990 3500.
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