Have you or someone you love suffered injury as a result of a road accident?
If you have and if the accident was caused, at least in part, by the negligence, recklessness or unreasonable conduct of another person, then you could be entitled to some compensation.
But what exactly is involved in making a road accident compensation claim? To find out more, have a look at our section on compensation claims or click on the links below.
- Should you accept an offer from your insurance company?
- What should you do first?
- What happens when you make a claim?
- What if you are claiming on behalf of someone else?
- How long will it take?
- How much will it cost?
- How much compensation will you get?
- Things your lawyer will need to know
- Should you make a claim?
Don't leave it too long, though. As with all personal injury claims, road accident claims must be made within three years – and expert advice is essential.
Thompsons is the leading personal injury law firm in the country. We have successfully helped thousands of people recover damages for personal injury and our specialist motor accident compensation team has the experience and ability to win the maximum compensation for you in the shortest possible time.
We will come to visit you or your loved one if you are unable to come into the office. We will also fully fund your case and underwrite it in the event of your case being unsuccessful. If that happens you will not have to pay a penny.