Road Traffic Accidents
Road Traffic Accidents
Being involved in a Road Traffic Accident (RTA) can be a traumatic and life-changing experience for the person involved in the incident, as well as the family and loved ones of those involved in the accident.
We understand that you can be a safe, competent drive, however this cannot always guarantee your safety on the road. If you are involved in an accident which you are not at fault for, you can make a claim for compensation for the injuries caused, as well as recovering the costs to pay for the damage caused to your vehicle.
It is crucial that you speak to our RTA solicitors as soon as possible following an accident, as time limitation periods do apply. We offer our services funded by the way of a no-win, no-fee agreement. This largely means that if your case does not succeed, you do not pay us for the work conducted on your behalf. Further details will be provided at the outset of your case so that you can make a fully informed decision.
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Road Traffic Accident claims can be made in a variety of different circumstances, and they aren’t limited solely to car accidents.
Any road user, whether you are a pedestrian, cyclist, motorcyclist, public transport user, or the driver or passenger of a car, you could be entitled to claim compensation.
Our solicitors have extensive experience in dealing with all types of road traffic accident claims, so you can be sure of receiving an exceptional service to deal with your claim.
Our Road Traffic Accident services include:
- Vehicle repairs
- Minor & serious injuries
- Uninsured drivers
- Liability disputes
- Car, motorbike, and public transport accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
Can I make a claim?
If you have been involved in an accident which wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to compensation.
After a Road Traffic Accident, it is vital that you call the police as soon as possible to report the incident, ensuring that all details are recorded officially. It is important that you keep a hold of any relevant documentation that you receive to help support your claim.
If you are able to at the time, it is extremely helpful when presenting a case if we have images from the scene. Whether this shows the positioning of the vehicles or the damage caused to the vehicles involved, both can help to paint the picture to show who was at fault.
There are a number of common injuries caused by road traffic accidents, with the most common tending to include:
- Brain and head injuries
- Neck injuries
- Back & Spinal cord injuries
- Facial injuries
- Internal injuries
- Psychological injuries
When contacting Pabla’s, please be sure to inform us of all of the injuries which have been suffered as a result of the accident, in order for us to best calculate how much compensation you could be entitled to.
We have created a niche service related to specialist private-hire vehicles, an area which brings its own complexity given the hire is typically made to replace a commercial vehicle. We work with many such specialist providers and private-hire drivers, providing advice and guidance not just after the hire has ended, but from the point the keys are handed over.
In this area of law that is constantly changing, we are committed to providing a high-quality expert service to maximise the recovery made whilst ensuring that all claims are progressed at the first opportunity.
We understand that as well as acting in the Claimant’s best interests, the relevant Credit Hire Organisation providing the vehicle is also an interested party and it is our aim to satisfy both in all cases. For the CHO, time is of the essence with regards to the recovery of charges incurred, so we communicate closely with all involved to provide the best possible resolution at an early stage. If this is not possible, then we ensure that progress is made and recovery maximised.