Michael Lewin Solicitors are experts in helping car or auto vehicle accidents victims make claims against the third parties responsible for the incidents in which they were injured. We have an entire team dedicated to claiming personal injury compensation for innocent victims whether they have been injured at work in a public place or on the road.
Accidents happen on UK every day; some accidents are caused by environmental factors such as flooding or natural debris on the road and others are caused by human error. If you have been involved in an accident that was caused by someone else’s error or misjudgement then we will be able to help you providing the incident has occurred within the last three years.
Mr R from Essex was injured in a typical road traffic accident. Mr R was stationary in his car when another vehicle reversed straight into him. As a result of the jolt Mr R received from the car that collided with him he sustained painful injuries that left him aching. Mr R was 53 when the accident occurred and more often than not medical evidence shows that people over 40 take longer to recover from such incidents. Luckily Mr R was awarded the compensation he deserved for his suffering.
Following a car or auto accident you should seek specialist accidents claims advice from the specialist road traffic injury team at Michael Lewin. Our experience in this area means we will be able to tell you in a matter of minutes of you are eligible to receive a compensation award.
Out of the approximately 200000 accidents that are reported on the roads in the UK every year a large proportion of them are caused by the fault of a third party. There are many reasons that this can happen some of the most common road traffic accident causes are:
? Drivers failing to leave a safe distance between their vehicle and the vehicle in front. Safe stopping distances are necessary so that in the event of an unforeseen occurrence on the roads they have enough time to brake if the vehicle in front comes to a sudden standstill. The higher the speed that you are travelling on the road the bigger the distance you need to leave between vehicles.
? Drivers not paying attention to the road ahead of them and failing to notice that the car in front has come to a halt. Attention can be distracted for multiple reasons including reading texts lighting cigarettes and turning to look at children in the rear of the car. It only takes seconds distraction to make the difference between avoiding an accident and causing one.
There are hundreds of other reasons that car accident occur but providing you were not the one that caused the accident you could be entitled to an award if you have been injured.
For car or auto accidents advice or to speak to one of the claims executives on the personal injury team about starting your case call Michael Lewin Solicitors today on: 0844 844 8180.