What can you do if you are unlucky enough to suffer a personal injury due to a road traffic accident abroad and wish to claim compensation? With our no win no fee claims you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Please give us a call today on 0800 098 7925 or fill in our online claims form to see how we can help you.
When individuals have suffered a personal injury due to the actions of another road user, including a motorist, motorcyclist or even if they were a passenger on a bus, then these individuals are able to make a RTA claim. You can also make a claim if you were a pedestrian or a passenger in a road vehicle when the incident happened.
We have a team of specialist claims advisers who can quickly and efficiently assess your initial claim. If you have suffered a minor injury, then in most cases we can recommend one of a panel of solicitors we have access to, who can fast track your claim to get you a quick and favourable result. For the cases that are more serious, then we will pass your case on to a solicitors who has experience with personal injury claims of that nature to look after your case.
No matter if you are a pedestrian, motorcyclist, motorist, cyclist, passenger, or use public transport, if you have been involved in a road accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. Many individuals are uncertain of what type of injury they need to have sustained in order to make a claim. Below we give some examples of both minor, and more serious injuries, that you can claim compensation. This list is not exhaustive, so if you have suffered an injury which is not included don’t hesitate to contact us:
• Fractured and broken bones;
• Soft tissue injury;
• Loss of any of the senses;
• Damage to any bodily organs;
• Limb loss;
• Head trauma;
• Spinal injury.
With all road traffic accident abroad you will have to provide evidence to show you suffered an injury due to another individual’s negligence. Sometimes the injuries are obvious, such as a broken leg, and at other times the other party may choose to settle without going through court and without the need to prove what happened. But when you do need to seek evidence, what type of evidence will you need to provide? Listed below are some of the preferred forms of evidence, it is always useful after an accident to collect as much evidence as possible:
• Names and witness accounts – Gathering information from witnesses who saw first-hand what happened will greatly improve your case;
• CCTV evidence – You have every right to ask for CCTV footage of the incident, but you must do so within 40 days;
• Photographic evidence – If at all possible do try and take photographs of the incident using you phone. This may include photographs of the collision, damage to vehicles and any injuries that you have sustained;
• Medical records – It is important to keep any medical records, diagnostic imaging or referral letters; This will allow the court to see the full extent of your injuries.
The solicitors on our panel take cases on a no win no fee basis. We hope that you never suffer an injury due to a road accident abroad, but if you do, it is good to know you can make a compensation claim with no financial risk. Call us now on 0800 098 7925 or contact us here to find out for free if you are eligible to make a no win no fee compensation claim.