Road Traffic Accidents
If you have been driving a car, a passenger in a car or a pedestrian and suffered an injury following a road traffic accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Even if the driver of the car in which you were travelling was the person who caused the accident, this does not mean that you cannot put in a claim for compensation.
The level of compensation will, of course, depend on the level of injury you sustained. You may have suffered mentally as well as physically as a result of the accident. Being involved in a road traffic accident can be very traumatic: with a crash at high speed, the injuries to you and to others can be quite serious and the whole situation can be extremely distressing.
Even if your driving may have contributed to the accident this does not automatically mean that you are not entitled to compensation for any of your injuries. A good personal injury lawyer will be able to keep you right and give you good quality advice in relation to any claim you can make.
There are legal time limits in relation to making claims for personal injury and in particular if your claim ends up having to go to court. There can be complicating factors which arise such as the level of contributory negligence (how much did your own behaviour contribute to your accident and how much, if any, should this affect the compensation payable) which has to be taken into account. This is not something you can deal with yourself.
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