Car Accident Claims: Making a Personal Injury Claim
Many people are injured each year either in their place of work or in public places through no fault of their own. However, one of the most common areas for injuries to occur in the UK is in the form of road traffic accidents. Each year, thousands of people are seriously injured in a car accident either as a result of poor road conditions or the negligence and carelessness of other drivers.
Thankfully, the law is here to help you if you suffer an injury as a result of the action of others and our team of personal injury solicitors, working in the Wakefield area, can help you get the compensation, closure and justice you deserve. If you have suffered an injury in a car accident and wish to make a personal injury claim, get in touch with our team of expert personal injury lawyers to find out how we can help.
Car Accident Claims: What Type of Injuries can I Claim for?
Sadly, due to the high speeds often involving car accidents and the number of people involved in such accidents, it is highly likely that if you have been involved in a road traffic accident, you will have suffered from some sort of injury.
Severe injuries such as brain damage, fractures, broken limbs and bones and serious head injuries are some of the most serious injuries you can sustain if you are involved in a road traffic accident. However, it is also possible to suffer from lacerations, concussions and whiplash. At Personal Injury Claims, we believe that regardless of the extent of your injuries or the seriousness of the implications as a result of your accidents, if you were injured and were not at fault for your accident, you should be entitled to make a personal injury claim.
To make a claim, it is vital that you were not at fault for your own injuries. If you caused the accident that led to your injuries, then you will not be able to make a personal injury claim. Furthermore, following your accident, if you do wish to begin legal proceedings, you must do so no later than three years after the incident. If you fail to take action after the three year period has elapsed, then you will not be able to make a personal injury claim.
Making a Claim in Wakefield: What Evidence is Needed?
As stated above there are some aspects of a personal injury claim that must be met, such as the time limit and the cause of the accident. However, making a personal injury claim is not always a simple process, with many people being unsure about how to take legal action. Therefore, it is beneficial to enlist the help and support of a personal injury lawyer.
In order to try and claim as much compensation as possible, solicitors will use evidence to support your claim to get the damages you deserve. When making a personal injury claim, it is vital that you provide the basic details of the incident such as where, when and how the accident took place. As well as this, our team of solicitors will require further evidence that can be used to support your claim. A medical report, photographic evidence of either your injuries or what caused the accident, CCTV footage, an accident report and other evidence that you believe could be beneficial when making a personal injury claim should be provided to our team of solicitors to give them the best chance of obtaining compensation.
Why Enlist the Help of our Skilled Personal Injury Solicitors for Wakefield?
Although many people are injured in road traffic accidents, some remain unaware that they can make a personal injury claim, with others being unsure on whether they want to take legal action due to the cost. At Personal Injury Claims Wakefield, we operate on a no win, no fee* basis, meaning that if you are unable to win damages following an accident, you will not be charged for any of the legal representation you received. By using our team of expert personal injury lawyers, you will have the knowledge, advice and representation of skilled solicitors, without the risk of substantial bills if you do not obtain compensation.
Start your Personal Injury Claim Today
If you have been injured through no fault of your own in a car accident or on the road, we believe that you deserve compensation. To find out whether or not you are entitled to make a personal injury claim and what you may need to provide a claim, contact our team of expert personal injury lawyers in Wakefield today on 01924588168.