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Have you had a road traffic accident?

You could be entitled to claim compensation if you’ve had any type of car crash or accident on the road. It’s simple – if you were injured in your motor accident and you were not at fault, our solicitors can make a claim for you and you could receive compensation for your personal injury.

All you need to do is fill out the details of your car crash or accident in our free 30 second test and you can find out how much compensation you could receive for your whiplash, or other motor accident injury.

Our solicitors have extensive experience of helping victims of whiplash and other road accident injuries, which are the most common types of personal injury in the UK.

The basis of a successful claim is that you are not at fault, and that somebody else is. Even if you are partly to blame for the crash or partially responsible for your injuries you may still have a case that we can pursue on your behalf. All claims will be 100% no win no fee**, so if your road accident claim is unsuccessful you won’t pay.

Untraced and uninsured drivers

Personal injury claims are paid by the negligent party’s insurance, but in cases where the negligent driver is not carrying valid insurance or cannot be traced, claims may still succeed. A government body, the Motor Insurers’ Bureau, pays compensation to innocent victims of road accidents if the defendant is incapable of paying the claimant themselves.

Types of Road accident claims

Road accidents can result in injuries whether you are a driver or a passenger or a pedestrian.So if you were in a car, bus, motorcycle or cycling accident, you can make a road accident compensation claim.


The most numerous claims are for whiplash; most commonly suffered by the occupants of a vehicle if it is struck from behind by another. Whiplash injuries involve the spraining of ligaments in the neck after the head has been jolted backwards and forwards, or to the side, in a road traffic collision. It can result in pain, stiffness and muscle spasms, and can often take a long period of time to heal. Whiplash is one of the most common personal injuries sustained by those involved in road accidents but all sorts of other injuries can result from car crashes, and our expert solicitors are experienced in dealing with all of them.

Other benefits we can offer

Our comprehensive accident management scheme offers you the following superb services if you are involved in a non-fault road traffic accident:

What to do now

Get in touch to start your claim today. Claiming with us is:

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