Pedestrian Accident Claims

Pedestrian Accident Claims Specialist

Pedestrian Accident Injury Claims are one of the many road traffic accident claims we help our clients with. Other areas include:

Pedestrian Accident Injury Claims

If you have been injured as a pedestrian, you may be entitled to pedestrian injury compensation from the person responsible for your accident. Pedestrian car accident injuries and the compensation claims that follow tend to arise from the negligence of car drivers and cyclists or from road defects and traffic accidents.

However, regardless of how your pedestrian accident occurred, if you have suffered loss as a result of an injury sustained through no fault of your own, you deserve compensation.

Our specialist pedestrian injury solicitors understand how much your claim means to you. Suffering an injury can put a strain on your finances, especially where you are unable to work or are out of pocket for the cost of treatment or care.

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Making A Pedestrian Accident Injury Claim

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If you have been involved in a road traffic accident as a pedestrian, you may be concerned about who to bring your claim against. This will depend greatly on the circumstances surrounding your accident.

If you are hit by a car, you will bring your claim against the driver of the car and their insurers will pay your personal injury compensation if you are successful.

Even if you are partially at fault you can still make a personal injury claim so long as another party was at least partially to blame for causing your injury.

When you call our specialist team we will be able to advise you of whether you are eligible to bring a claim, and also who you should bring your claim against.

After this has been determined, we will work on assessing how much compensation you are entitled to for your injury and loss. You may be awarded compensation for the pain and suffering associated with your injury as well as quantifiable financial loss.

After we have assessed how much compensation you should be paid, we will forward these details to the party at fault for causing your injury.

Financial loss is also known as ‘special damages’ and includes things such as: loss of earnings, loss of future earnings, damage to property, medical costs including rehabilitation, care costs, any cost for modifying your home to accommodate your injury and also anything else for which you have been left out of pocket.

Most pedestrian accident claims settle out of court, and we will negotiate a settlement amount with the other side on your behalf. Our solicitors have years of experience in negotiating with insurers and strive to get you the maximum compensation you deserve.

“Very pleased with the service from Tinsdills. Always a quick response to any queries I’ve had and a fantastic result. I will recommend Tinsdills to my family and friends if they sustain injuries from an accident.”

What Our Customers Say

Read on to hear our happy clients’ experiences of working with us on their pedestrian accident claim.

“Thank you for helping to make everything as easy and stress-free as possible. We really appreciate everything you have done and all the hard work you have put in.”

Meet Our Specialist Personal Injury Team

Contact Us To Discuss Your Pedestrian Accident Claim

Call us on 01782 652363 for an initial consultation.

Our team of pedestrian injury claim experts have years of experience in handling personal injury claims of all types and can help you make a claim for compensation today.

We are not only experts in the law but we also pride ourselves on customer service and keeping our clients happy with our service.

Contact us today or visit a
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Hanley: 01782 262031

Newcastle: 01782 612311

Sandbach: 01270 761111

Leek: 01538 399332

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This is an accident on a road, highway or in a public place where you suffer an injury as a result of coming into contact with a motor vehicle.

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