Michael Lewin Solicitors are experts at giving motor accident claim advice to victims who have been involved in a car crash caused by a third party. We have settled countless cases for personal injury compensation and have an excellent knowledge of the personal injury field.
We base our assessment of your case on the thousands of cases we have already solved for faultless personal injury victims. We have settled so many cases for personal injury victims so far that this has enabled us to assess new cases in a matter of minutes over the phone. One quick phone call and you will get a yes or no answer about the validity of your case.
One of the cases we have settled recently was a road traffic accident compensation case on behalf of Mrs M. At the age of 57 Mrs M was hit in the rear by another road user because they failed to stop their vehicle in time to avoid a collision with the back door of Mrs M’s car. At the age of 57 Mrs m was more likely to suffer a worse whiplash injury than someone younger as statistically older people are affected worse by impact car accidents than the younger generations.
Mrs M’s gender also had an effect on the injury she sustained; according to scientists women are more likely to sustain a worse injury in a car crash of the same impact than a man because their neck muscles are weaker. Mrs M presented us with a very strong case to work with and we were able to award Mrs M with £1620.00 in personal injury compensation.
You should always seek motor accident claim advice following a road traffic collision as you may be entitled to an award. Checking your eligibility is easy; just one phone call to the personal injury team at Michael Lewin Solicitors. We can let you know within minutes if you are eligible to start a case.
Being involved in an accident is never a nice experience no matter what kind of incident occurred. Having a low impact crash at slower speeds can have just as much of a detrimental effect on your health and life as a high speed car accident.
There are different factors involved in a car accident which means that no two victims? injuries will be the same even if they are in the same car accident. Your age weigh and sex plays an important part in determining the level of injury you may sustain. The type of car you are driving the speed you are travelling and the condition of the vehicle you are in are also influences to consider. Combine all these factors together and you will not get two injuries the same.
For expert and no obligation motor accident claim advice call Michael Lewin Solicitors on: 0844 844 8180.