Britain’s roads are becoming more congested due to peoples reliance on there car to get them to work or take there children to School. This has meant that the number of serious and fatal accidents are happening every day on our A roads and motorways. According to the Gov.uk in 2015 there was 1,740 fatal car accidents in the UK. This is a shocking statistic and the BBC in 2010 suggested that plane travel is more safe than travelling in a car.
Types of car accidents
Their are many situations in which a car crash can occur, here are the most common types:
- Rear end collision
- Front end collision
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Driver exceeding the speed limit
- Driving whilst using a mobile phone
- Driver distracted and not paying attention to the road
- Failing to stop at a junction
- Coming out of a roundabout without looking
These are only a few of a long list of car crash causes that are reported and many incidents vary in severity and injuries that have occurred. If you believe that you or a loved one has been involved in a car crash that wasn’t there fault feel free to give us a call and we can answer any questions you might have.
What are the impacts of these injuries
Injuries can vary depending on the type of accident as some injuries can be short term or in a worse case scenario serious life threatening injuries can occur. A serious injury can affect you physically but also financially and psychologically. Meaning that individuals who suffer a serious injury are more likely to experience anxiety, depression or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This can be a traumatic and stressful time for you and your family but we will do everything possible to help you.
How can it affect your everyday life
Sustaining a serious injury can make everyday tasks seem more difficult such as going food shopping or taking your dog for a walk. An injury can affect your job, especially if you have a very physical job. So by this you may not be able to carry on working which will mean loss of earnings and the possibility of being made redundant. This can put strain on your bills such as mortgage repayments , utilities and food costs. It can also mean that you can’t play sports or take part in activities that you would of normally.
How can we support your recovery
Here at Sincere Law we pride ourselves on over 20 years experience of personal injury claims and our high success rate. We don’t just give us the best legal advise and representation but we also refer you to the best doctors and surgeons in the country. This is so you have the best possible chance to get back to full health and get back to your normal self. But we also understand that in some cases injuries sustained by some of our clients are permanent such as loss of limb and paralysis. Even so when your claim comes to a natural end we still be there to help you with things like care plans long term, so you can feel free to call or see us day or night for advice and help.
How to make a claim
If you or a loved one has been affected by a car crash accident that was caused by the negligence of another road user why not get in touch with one of our serious injury specialists today. We will be sure to get back to you about your claim as soon as possible and answer any questions you may have. You will be under no obligation at this stage.
It is free to call us on 0800 092 2896 or, alternatively, you can request a call back by filling in the form on the top right hand side of this page. All initial advice is without obligation and all of our solicitors work on a no win no fee basis. This is providing that all information given is accurate and honest.
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Britain’s roads are becoming more congested due to peoples reliance on there car to get them to work or take there children to School. This has meant that the number of serious and fatal accidents are happening every...