Have you been involved in a motorway road traffic accident that was not your fault? If you have, we can help you claim compensation.
The money you receive could help pay for any medical expenses or rehabilitation costs you have, the repair of your vehicle and replacement of any lost or damaged property. Plus, it can help cover any bills you may have to pay if you’re unable to work for any period of time.
No amount of money can replace a loved one. We understand that. But, we can help you claim back what the accident cost you financially, so that you are in the same position you were in prior to it happening.
Speak to one of our experienced compensation claims advisors free of charge today on 01204 521133 or on live chat for a quick consultation. On the other hand, you can complete one of our claims forms or use our Compensation Calculator, and we’ll save you the cost of a call by contacting you.
Can you Claim Compensation for Your Motorway Accident?
Thankfully, statistics show that the motorway is the safest place to drive. In fact, official Department for Transport (DfT) statistics for 2008 show that there were only 11,471 incidents on motorways, compared to over 160,000 reported on urban roads in built-up areas. And fatalities are also pretty rare too, with 158 recorded for motorways, in comparison to 1057 reported on urban roads.
However, when motorway accidents do occur, the effects can be devastating. The high speeds and multiple vehicles involved can result in multiple fatalities, severe, life-changing injuries and total loss of vehicles and property.
In the UK, the most common reason for road traffic accidents, reported to the DfT in 2012, was driver error. So, if you’ve been involved in an accident, it’s probably not your fault and you should be able to claim compensation for any losses you’ve incurred.
What Conditions Am I Likely to Suffer From in a Motorway Accident?
There are a number of very common injuries you may suffer from if you are involved in a motorway crash. These are:
- head injuries
- spinal injuries
- bone fractures
- chest injuries
Sadly, because of the high speed involved in most motorway crashes, it’s possible that there will also be fatalities.
If you find yourself suffering from any of the injuries mentioned above, you will probably be unable to work for a considerable period of time. This will leave you out-of-pocket – bills still need to be paid, medical fees and rehabilitation costs can pile up quickly. Compensation can help you through this difficult time, alleviating financial worry and putting your mind at rest, allowing you to concentrate on recovery.
Find out if you can make a claim for compensation – contact Asons Solicitors for a free and confidential chat.
Our Motorway Accident Compensation Claim Experience
When you’re faced with making claim for compensation, you want to know that you have the best people for the job.
At Asons, we have a team of specialist motorway accident compensation solicitors, who are highly experienced in pursuing claims for victims.
We aim to make the process as straight-forward as possible – taking all the worry away from you, and your loved ones. We’ll claim for the distress, pain and suffering you’ve endured, as well as any property that was lost or damaged in the collision.
Our knowledgeable solicitors are on your side and will investigate every detail of your case thoroughly. They’ll explain the process to you in clear, uncomplicated language so you fully understand what’s happening with your case.
Asons’ solicitors are very experienced in motorway accident compensation claims, and we’ve dealt with cases no different from yours on previous occasions. We know how to gather all the proof required and then effectively reach the best outcome for you.
Whatever the circumstances of your case, we’re here to assist. Asons is a modern law firm that makes the process of starting and pursuing a claim as flawless a procedure as possible.
Time is of the Essence
If you want to make a claim for motorway accident compensation, it’s vital to have a sense of urgency!. RTA claims of this type must be instigated inside of three years from the date the accident took place. This is a legal requirement and is called a statute of limitations. There are no exceptions to this rule, so we’d advise you to contact Asons as soon as you can if you decide to pursue a claim.
‘No Win, No Fee’
One of the most popular questions that people have when opening up a claim is the paying of legal fees. At Asons we work on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis, which means you pay nothing unless we win your case for compensation. And, we can even secure ‘interim payments’ for you so that you are not struggling financially while your case proceeds.
More on ‘no win, no fee’ here.
Here’s What to Do
We deal with personal injury claims all the time and motorway traffic accident claims are our speciality. If you have suffered as a result of an accident that was not your fault, you may be eligible to make a claim. Our specialist team of road traffic accident solicitors will walk you through the process step-by-step, so you can relax and let Asons take the stress for you.