If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a road traffic accident, which was not your fault, then you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim.

The above extends to you whether you are the driver of a vehicle or are a passenger in a motor vehicle or a pedestrian, a motorcyclist, a pedal cyclist.

In the above unfortunate event your personal injury compensation claim would be made against the insurance company of the person responsible for the accident “Tort Feasor”, whether that is the driver of the vehicle you were travelling in or a third party driver (or both if necessary).

We deal with all types of personal injury claims resulting from a single or multiple vehicle road traffic accident.

It is widely recognised that the most common type of injury resulting from a road accident is whiplash; however, many other different injuries are possible.

We specialise in the recovery of personal injuries both for fast track and multi track high value injury claims on a “no win or fee basis”.

We ask that you contact us direct in the unfortunate event of a Road traffic accident thus cutting out the “middle man” and as a result speed up the settlement of your claim and provide you with 100% of your compensation unlike some firms which take advantage of your unfortunate circumstances and deduct up to 25% from your compensation as a part of their services and/or accident company.

We give you what you deserve,  100% of your compensation, so don’t delay,  call us directly today to start you claim with our reputable firm.

We have a Spectacular Success Rate, our brand as the Road Traffic Experts is well established with in the legal sector.

Following an initial assessment of your Road Traffic Accident claim, we will advise you on the merits of your case.  If we believe there is a valid claim for your Road Traffic Accident, we will pursue it for you under a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement.  This means that there is no charge to you for the work we do and no deductions from your compensation.

‘No Win, No Fee’ agreements’