Any accident which takes place on a public highway or other public place can be classed as a road accident. For the Majority of cases there is usually a vehicle of some sort involved, either colliding with another vehicle, cyclist, motorbike or pedestrian.
Our highly skilled personal injury solicitors can secure the compensation you deserve following an accident on the road, whether you were the driver or passenger in a car, a cyclist or pedestrian. The compensation we provide is designed to get you back on your feet after an accident.
What can I claim for?
As well as the costs of any medical bills, lost income and repairs to the vehicle. The amount of compensation tends to vary on the seriousness of the injury sustained and how much they affect your life.
How long do I have to make a road traffic accident claim?
By law, you have three years in which to bring a claim. This starts from the date the accident occurred, or when it was confirmed to you that the injury was directly linked to your accident. Although the timeframe is three years we highly recommend claiming for compensation as soon as possible, the most amount of evidence to support the claim will be as soon as the accident occurred.
How To Make A Claim
BMS Solicitors team of specialist personal injury lawyers based in Manchester will cut through the complicated jargon of making a claim, explaining matters in a plain simple language making the process as simplified as possible.
We will look to establish liability against the responsible party and then negotiate a final settlement for the injuries sustained. Then we will be able to pursue a claim for you if you have been involved in an accident with an untraced or uninsured driver, giving you peace of mind and assurance at every step of the way.
Why Choose Us?
Unless you are a specialist personal injury lawyer you will not know the value of your claim. Therefore, you may lose out by being under-compensated if you accept an offer at an early stage. If you accept this early offer from the defendant insurers it will be a full and final settlement. This means that you will be unable to claim further money later on.