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Road Traffic Accidents

...account for a large number of all accidents and personal injury compensation claims in the UK. Drivers of all vehicles are required by law to have some level of insurance. These typically are Fully Comprehensive, Third Party Fire and Theft or Third Party only. These are in place to provide adequate protection for those involved in an accident. A driver's negligence can often lead to a third party suffering a personal injury as a result and may need to place a personal injury compensation claim. This can be whether or not the driver's negligence has escalated to a police prosecution. The MIB (Motor Insurers Bureau) exists to provide cover if it is discovered that a negligent driver had inadequate or no insurance at the time of the accident. In such cases, you may still be able to bring forward a personal injury compensation claim.

Road accidents involving cyclists

A personal injury compensation claim can be presented if a cyclist is involved in an accident where a third party is at fault. This may be brought against the offending third party. You may also be able to recuperate any loss or damage to your bicycle and clothing as well as loss of earnings. In addition, obtain compensation for your injuries by you starting a personal injury compensation claim.

Road accidents involving pedestrians

If a pedestrian can demonstrate their injuries were caused solely or in some way by a third party, they may be able to obtain compensation through a claim for their injuries. If you are a pedestrian involved in an accident, then you are held partly to blame, you may still be entitled so some level of compensation. Click Claim will be happy to advise you on any personal injury compensation claim getting you the maximum compensation.

Road accidents involving passengers

A successful personal injury compensation claim for damages can almost always be obtained where a passenger has suffered injuries as a result of a road traffic accident. In these situations, passengers are generally regarded as blameless. Usually they are casualties who have suffered as a result of someone else's negligence. Wearing seat belts are of utmost importance and if this is not the case it may affect the level of damages obtained.

Road accidents involving drivers

In most cases it is often another driver that has under some circumstances caused an, or it may have been due to the negligent actions of another. A driver can make a personal injury compensation claim for loss and injuries if someone else can be proven to be held responsible. Roads not being gritted causing icy and hazardous conditions, can all lead to a personal injury compensation claim against the party responsible for maintaining the roads. Even if the party at fault may not have proper insurance cover, a personal injury compensation claim can still made. However, in these circumstances it is in your interests to seek legal advice.

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