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Road Traffic Accidents

Years Of Experience

Helping You Quickly

We have years of experience when it comes to Road Traffic Accident cases. 

Resulting in many established relationships and mediation friends who trust our honesty and will see reason to make fair offers quickly.

We have settled payouts for our clients in record time. Speed to conclusion is essential. 

The faster we conclude, the less costs incurred from third parties, which means an offer can be more favourable to you, the client.

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What is a Road Traffic Accident?

Road Traffic Accident (RTA) is an accident from either; a vehicle collision, a hit and run, a pedestrian accident or any other road-related incident resulting in injury. 

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What if I'm at fault?

Until evidence is reviewed from all sides, a fault is not established. So, if you have doubts about who is at fault, you do not need to be convinced to admit fault under pressure. 

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What is a Conditional Fee Agreement?

A Conditional Fee Agreement is an agreement in which you give us information and we take it in good faith to fight on your behalf on a NO WIN NO FEE basis.

Accidents on the road are on the increase

Make sure you are not short changed

Road Traffic Accidents are not just limited to Cars

It can involve drivers, passengers, cyclists, pedestrians, or people using public transport. We deal with all types of claims.

If you are worried that you may have been at fault, legally, you may still have a reasonable claim. Sometimes, claims are settled on a split fault basis.

As a passenger in a vehicle, you will be entitled to claim against the person at fault, whether it’s the driver of the vehicle you were in, the other driver, or both.

Cyclists are recognised in the highway code as ‘vulnerable’ road users. Unfortunately, drivers quite often fail to give cyclists adequate space or fail to pay enough attention to them.

Similarly, motorcyclists are often involved in accidents because of the lack of attention from drivers and could suffer serious injury despite wearing protective gear.

We have represented many pedestrians who suffered injuries as a result of a road traffic accident. Despite following all safety procedures when crossing a road, accidents still happen if drivers do not pay attention to their surroundings.

It’s important to note, even if you think you might have been at fault as a pedestrian, you should still seek advice. Drivers have a higher duty of care and it is only following analysis of evidence such as police records, witness evidence and the road layout, that we often secure liability admissions and settle claims.

You may have been a passenger on a bus involved in an accident. As an innocent party, you will be entitled to claim against the bus driver or driver of the other vehicle or both. Buses have CCTV and many vehicles are now fitted with dash-cams, such evidence often proves crucial in establishing fault.

We also act for people involved in accidents where the other driver might have been uninsured or untraced; not only do we specialise in such accidents but we can represent you even if the accident took place outside of the country.

Do not be discouraged to pursue that which is your absolute right

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