Road traffic accidents
“Thank you for all your hard work. I can now put this behind me.”
Around 200,000 people a year are killed or injured in road traffic accidents in the UK every year. Our Personal Injury team contains some of the country’s leading solicitors in handling compensation claims successfully and quickly to achieve the best possible financial compensation for your injuries and loss of earnings due to absence from work.
Our specialist solicitors will make sure that all aspects of your case are investigated and work with independent medical experts to assess the extent of your injuries and any future care when making a compensation claim.
We act for a wide range of people that include:
Even if the driver at fault is uninsured or cannot be traced, such as in a hit and run accident, our personal injury lawyers can still make a compensation claim against the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB).
We are also able to assist with all types of Road Traffic Accidents Abroad, with extensive expertise from our Travel Claims team in Europe and USA.
Our clients choose BL Claims Solicitors to handle their road traffic accident compensation claims because:
- We are acknowledged leaders in the field
- Our legal team has, collectively, many years experience in winning personal injury compensation claims
- We talk to our clients in jargon-free language
- We act quickly so clients get the compensation they need as soon as possible
- We are members of industry bodies and panels related to personal injury, which means that BL Claims Solicitors is recognised as being in the premier league of the legal industry
- You will discuss your case with a highly qualified lawyer right from the outset
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Related Knowledge & Resources
With Christmas parties well underway and the latest police drink driving campaigns in force, people should know not to get into a car with a driver that they know has been drinking.
In order to crack down on fraudulent whiplash claims from April a new panel of medical experts will be used that meet quality standards and will be randomly allocated to cases in place and only accredited medical experts will be on the panel.
Road Safety Week this year falls on 18-24 November 2013 and the National Charity BRAKE are focusing on distractions whilst driving.
Malcolm Johnson takes a look at what could change for victims of personal injury when the UK leaves the European Union.
We seem to be going through a time of significant change in the personal injury arena, with many changes not favouring the Claimant. Therefore, I was recently pleased to see that common sense prevailed in an appealed road traffic accident case.
When thinking about the Brexit debate, it struck me that if we do leave, then decades of caselaw on the rights of injured motorists could be at risk.
In November 2006, Sean Delaney was seriously injured in a car accident. A substantial quantity of cannabis was found in the vehicle in which he and the driver, Mr Pickett were travelling.
The High Court has just declared 1999 MIB Agreement incompatible with European Directives on Motor Insurance, following the case of Delaney v Secretary of State for Transport  EWHC 1785 (QB).
In the case of Groves v Studley  EWHC 1522 (QB), the Defendant swerved his car to dislodge the Claimant who had jumped on the bonnet, resulting in catastrophic brain damage.
Miss B approached us in 2015. She had lost her long term partner in a tragic road traffic accident back in 2012.
We recently took on a case from our client, Mrs S, who had fallen into a pothole whilst walking her young grandson down a local road in Shoreham by Sea.
Successful recovery following road traffic accident in Hawaii.