Been involved in a road accident that wasn’t your fault? Our car accident lawyers can help you claim
Whether psychological or physical, the injuries you suffer in a car accident can have a lasting effect. You might have suffered whiplash or other injuries that are so severe you have to miss time at work and you’re unable to look after your children and family. You might also suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, an anxiety disorder that can affect you for months or even years after a car accident and might prevent you from driving or being a passenger in the future.
According to the Department for Transport, there are over 200,000 car accidents in the UK every year. If you’ve had a car accident and suffered injuries as a result, you should call us today to chat with one of our friendly advisors about making a claim.
Just call completely free of charge and, if we think you have a claim, we can often put you through to one of our expert car accident lawyers right away.
Common car accident injuries
Modern cars and their safety features are improving all of the time, but unfortunately a wide range of injuries still occur in car accidents, including:
- Cuts and bruises
- Dislocated and broken bones
- Internal injuries
- Concussion and traumatic brain injury
- Whiplash and other spine and neck injuries
Making a claim as a passenger
Did you know that our car accident lawyers will still be able to help you if you were injured in a car accident as a passenger and you weren’t responsible for the accident? Although they’re decreasing, thousands of passenger accidents still happen every year, and the injuries suffered can be just as serious as those inflicted upon the driver.
Who are our car accident lawyers?
At National Accident Helpline, we have a national network of lawyers that form a panel of experts we work in partnership with. When you call one of our friendly legal services advisors, they’ll work out in minutes if you have a claim and then, if you’re eligible, they’ll put you in touch with a lawyer who specialises in road accident claims.
Your lawyer will then handle your case, including answering your questions, helping you fill out any forms and make sure that you’ve had a proper medical examination. Less than 5% of cases end up in court, but if you do, your lawyer will be there to help you out every step of the way.