If you have suffered a personal injury as a pedestrian involved in a road traffic accident, you may be eligible to make a pedestrian accident claim. Many pedestrians do not realise that they are able to claim financial compensation for their injuries and sometimes feel that the accident may have been their fault, but accident claims are rarely that straightforward.
Pedestrian accidents are commonplace. When they occur pedestrians often suffer the most serious injuries, and therefore require financial compensation to cover medical fees, rehabilitation costs and bills incurred during a period spent out of work.
If you have been hurt in as a pedestrian in a road accident, it is important that you contact an experienced personal injury solicitor as soon as possible. Call Express Solicitors on0161 904 4660 or complete our contact form and we will get back to you.
Common Pedestrian Accidents
Car drivers and other road users have a duty of care towards pedestrians, and therefore must drive in a safe and reasonable manner at all times. In addition, motorists must give pedestrians right of way.
All too often, pedestrians are injured as a result of motorists not driving with due care and attention. Common injuries include:
- broken or fractured bones;
- serious head injuries;
- severe mental distress;
- temporary or permanent incapacitation;
- brain damage.
Even if you stepped out into the path of an oncoming vehicle, you may be eligible to claim compensation for the injuries you received. Contact the personal injury lawyers at Express Solicitors to find out more about making a pedestrian accident claim.
Expert Pedestrian Accident Solicitors
To find out whether you are eligible to make a ‘no win, no fee’ compensation claim for your pedestrian accident, call our personal injury claims solicitors today. We will provide a free assessment of your potential claim, advising you on your case’s chances of success and the amount of financial compensation you might receive.
Call 0161 904 4660 or complete our contact form and we will get back to you.