Road Traffic Accident Claims
Road traffic accidents can have catastrophic consequences. From physical injuries to enduring mental health issues, worries and ongoing distress, we know that an accident on the road can have long-lasting side effects.
That’s why our personal injury specialists are here to help you. If you’ve been unlucky enough to be involved in one of the hundreds of car accidents which happen every day, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your injuries and financial losses.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team deal with many different types of car injury claims, from broken legs to more serious injuries, which can be life-changing, including spinal injuries, amputation and brain injuries. Accidents can happen to all road users, drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists. It can also lead to loss of income and an inability to lead a normal life, which is where the Hodge Jones & Allen team can help.
Why choose Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors?
At Hodge Jones & Allen, our personal injury solicitors have over 40 years of experience in helping those who have suffered an injury make a successful claim. Our lawyers will handle every case with care and sympathy, listening to how you have been impacted by your road accident and helping you get the compensation you deserve.
We believe in rehabilitation first. We know every case is different, so we ensure your individual needs are always met.
From there, our team will look to build a successful case that helps with your claim. We gather all the evidence we need to show that the accident was not your fault, as well as representing you in court or negotiations to ensure you get the outcome you deserve.
Our cases are funded through a conditional fee agreement which is more commonly known as No Win No Fee. This means that you won’t have to pay anything up front, and there is no financial risk to you if your claim is unsuccessful.
"THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE FOR ME AND THE AMAZING OUTCOME FROM WHICH THIS TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE HAS CAUSED ME. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN TO ANNE SANDERS AND THE WORK THAT THIS AMAZING WOMAN HAS DONE TO GET THIS RESULT."
How do I make a road traffic accident claim?
To make a claim, you need to first know the limitations attached. A car accident claim must be brought (submitted to the court) within three years of the date you suffered an injury or three years of you being aware that you have suffered an injury.
After any car accident where you have suffered an injury, your first port of call should be to get medical assistance for any aches and pains. This could assist with providing access to early rehabilitation and interim compensation payments to cover some immediate losses or expenses incurred.
After this, you should contact a specialist solicitor as soon as possible to start the road traffic accident claim process. Call our team of experienced solicitors who will provide you with a free no obligation consultation and advise you on the next steps you should take.
"THANK YOU FOR YOUR EXPERTISE AND GREAT EFFORT ON OUR BEHALF...I AM TRULY GRATEFUL TO YOU."
The team will assess your case based on the information provided. We may need to secure additional evidence including an independent medical report of your injuries.
Once we have this, we will process your claim and support you with getting access to other support services, should they be needed.
How much compensation will I get?
Every injury and every road traffic accident claim is unique, so the amount of compensation you may get will be personal to you based on the circumstances of your injuries. Personal injury compensation comes in two forms:
- General damages – Compensation paid in relation to the actual injuries you have suffered and the impact these have had on you and your family.
- Special damages – Compensation paid for financial losses you have incurred, including medical bills, loss of income and rehabilitation.
As your case develops, speak to your solicitor to find out how much compensation you may be able to get in your case.
Client hit on the leg by a reversing car. She had an operation on her knee and a plate was put in. She will not be able to walk for 3 months.
Our client was a pedestrian standing on the pavement when a car mounted the pavement and collided with him. As a result, our client had four broken toes, a crushing injury to his heel and his instep and had to undergo a number of skin graft operations. He continues to suffer from his injuries and requires assistance with many crucial aspects of living.