If you’ve been injured in a road accident as a pedestrian, you may be eligible to make a pedestrian road accident claim. Every year, thousands of people are injured on the roads because of the negligence of another driver and we can help them make a compensation claim against the responsible party’s insurance company, or against the Motor Insurance Bureau in cases involving uninsured drivers. Road accidents involving pedestrians can result in significant injuries, ranging from bumps and bruises or broken bones to head injuries and paralysis. If the injured person was not at fault, they should be able to be compensated for the emotional, physical and financial damages they sustained as a result of the collision. If you were crossing the street at a pedestrian crossing, or if you were hit by a drunk driver, a speeding motorist or whilst on the pavement, you should have a good chance of succeeding with your no-win no-fee accident compensation claim. However, there are incidents involving pedestrians who have been struck by a vehicle after stepping on the road without paying attention, and as these are not the fault of a negligent driver, the victim may be unable to make a case for compensation. If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian accident that wasn’t your fault, we can help you pursue a compensation claim, helping you to get the cash you need to get your life back on track. Simply contact us on 08000 430 430 to speak to Clearwater Solicitors today.
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Our Claim Process
1: Contact our personal injury solicitors by calling 08000 430430 or complete an online enquiry form.
2: Our specialist team will obtain all the details about your accident and injury.
3: We will either post our information pack or visit you at home. Once we have received the signed documentation we will contact the third party.
4: We will arrange a appointment with a medical expert who will provide a detailed report about the nature and extend of your injuries and how it has affected you.
5: As soon as all the information/ documentation be collected we will submit a settlement proposed to the third party.
6: We will negotiate with the third party and obtain your instructions..
7: You will receive your settlement cheque.