Road Traffic Accidents – Compensation Claims

More people suffer injury on our roads than in any other type of accident, but just because road traffic accidents are amongst the most common, this doesn’t lessen the complexity and legal difficulties that claimants still have to overcome.

Seek swift and decisive legal guidance following an accident. If you delay, be warned there is a set time period, generally three years to make your claim, otherwise your right to claim for compensation may be lost forever.

Our specialist Personal Injury team can offer the legal expertise you need to make a successful claim for compensation.

We are qualified lawyers and legal experts in road traffic accident claims who act on the behalf of drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists, children and the victims of untraced or uninsured drivers. And what’s more, our lawyers always give their initial advice for free.

More people suffer injury in road traffic collisions than in any other type of accident. However, despite road traffic accidents being amongst the most common cases, claimants still have to overcome complex legal difficulties.

Seek swift and decisive legal guidance following a road traffic accident. Be warned there is a set time period - generally three years - to make your claim. If you delay, your right to claim for compensation may be lost forever.

Our specialist Personal Injury team can offer the legal expertise you need to make a successful claim for compensation.

We are qualified lawyers and legal experts in road traffic accident claims who act on behalf of drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists, children and the victims of untraced or uninsured drivers. And what’s more, our lawyers always give their initial advice for free.

Legal experts in road traffic accident claims

It is a sign of our legal expertise that we take on the most difficult cases as well as the straightforward claims.

For example:

  • Injuries sustained in low velocity impacts where the other driver's insurers will tell you the accident happened at such a low speed that you can’t possibly have been injured.
  • Motorcyclists overtaking slow or stationary traffic, or where speeding is alleged.
  • Pedestrians knocked down when not using a pedestrian crossing.
  • Cyclists knocked off while using cycle lanes or pavements, or not wearing a helmet, reflective clothing or showing lights.

How can we help you

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0333 331 9877

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Key Contacts

Neille Ryan

Partner & Head of Personal Injury

Robert Harvey

Senior Associate

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