Car Accidents Questions


I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when I was injured in a car accident, can I still claim?

There are many different factors which count towards whether a personal injury claim is successful or not, and also upon the amount of compensation which is finally awarded. On a basic level, however, the equation is fairly simple. If you’ve been involved in an accident, suffered an injury as the result of this accident, and feel that the accident was caused by the negligence of another, then you have every right to claim compensation.
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Do I have to use the law firm recommended by my insurance company?

When you seek compensation following a car accident, it’s vital that you work with people whom you feel are 100% on your side. This means building up a relationship during the course of putting your claim together, and feeling that the people you’re working with are experts in the field and have the knowledge and experience necessary to fight a winning case. Many people make the mistake of assuming that they have to use the company recommended by their insurance company but, in truth, this isn’t actually the case.
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I’ve been involved in a car accident, what should I do?

If you’ve been involved in a motor vehicle accident and sustained an injury due to someone else’s negligence, then there’s a very good chance that you could make a claim for compensation. If you’ve been involved in an accident involving another party, whether that’s a pedestrian, fellow driver or cyclist, then the first thing you should do is stop and gather the details of anyone involved, either directly or as a witness.
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