Accidents can involve cars, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians. If you are involved in an accident that is not your fault you can still claim, even if you were not in a car at the time. Accidents involving motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians can give rise to more serious injuries, generally, because there is less protection for you if you are not in a vehicle.
Another type of road traffic accident involves buses. Either you may have a claim as a passenger in a bus if the bus driver brakes too hard or pulls away from a stop too quickly and you fall over. Also you may have a claim if the bus has a collision with another vehicle, either because of the bus driver or because of another driver.
We specialise in traffic accident compensation claims, so you can trust our solicitors to get your traffic accident claim moving as soon as you have provided us with details of the circumstances surrounding your accident. No matter how severe your injuries, our dedicated road traffic accident solicitors will help you access specialist medical care close to where you live, and get you the compensation you deserve.
Traffic accident victims can also get back on the road quickly and with a minimum of bother with Harwood Solicitors. We know you want to get back to normal life as soon as possible, so if your car is not roadworthy after your accident, through our approved suppliers Harwood Solicitors can provide you with a replacement vehicle within 24 hours.
Our road traffic accident solicitors will conduct a thorough investigation, gathering all relevant evidence and building a strong case to support your claim. Important evidence may include statements from witnesses, CCTV footage and police reports.
If you took time off work as a result of the accident, our personal injury lawyers can also help build up your claim for loss of earnings incurred as a result
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