Road Traffic Passenger Accident Claims
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident as a passenger, you may be able to make a passenger injury claim against the person responsible.
Regardless of whether the driver of the vehicle you were in or the driver of another vehicle is at fault, if you have been injured as a result of a car accident you may be able to make a claim for compensation.
At Tinsdills, we understand how much of an impact a personal injury from a car accident can have on your everyday life. It is for this reason that we aim to bring you peace of mind from the outset that your injury claim is being handled professionally, and that you will be awarded the maximum compensation owed to you for all injuries from road traffic accidents.
Making A Passenger Personal Injury Claim
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident as a passenger, you may be concerned about who to bring your claim against. If you know the driver of the vehicle at fault personally, you might be worried about bringing a claim against them.
However, as all road users are required to have adequate insurance, your claim for compensation will be dealt with by the insurers of the person responsible. It is important that if you have been injured and suffered loss as a result, you are fully compensated for that loss – regardless of who is to blame.
Where the driver of another vehicle is to blame, you will bring your claim against the driver at fault. Our specialist passenger claims solicitors will assist you in identifying who to bring your claim against, and will make sure that full details of your injury claim and all other losses you have incurred are sent to the insurers of the driver at fault to obtain maximum compensation for you.
We will assist in gathering evidence to build your case and support your claim. Evidence required may include: medical reports, photographs, witness statements and receipts.
Your claim will include compensation for pain and suffering caused by the accident, as well as any financial loss caused as a result of your being injured. Financial loss known as ‘special damages’, may include: loss of earnings, medical costs, care costs, loss of future earnings as well as any other costs associated with being injured. If you have not already begun to do so, you should keep evidence of associated costs such as receipts.
Our of team experts have years of experience in handling road traffic accident and passenger injury claims of all types. We can help you make a claim for compensation today.
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The Most Popular Questions for Passenger Injury Claims
If you have suffered an accident as a passenger in a car, then a claim can be made against the person who is at fault, which would be either the driver of the car in which you are a passenger or the driver of another vehicle. Contact Tinsdills and we can help you with this process.
Yes, if they have been involved in a collision and suffered whiplash injuries.