Road traffic Accident

Rogers & Norton Solicitors have an experienced road traffic accident team that specialises in all types of claims nationwide.

Road traffic accident

Road traffic accident claim specialists

With over 36 million vehicles licensed on the road in the UK, it’s almost inevitable that accidents will happen. Our claims process has been put in place to take the stress and worry out of the days and weeks following a road traffic accident, especially if you’ve suffered an injury.

We can help with the most straightforward collisions to those of a catastrophic nature requiring rehabilitation. If the claim relates to an uninsured driver or a hit and run accident, compensation can still be recovered via statutory schemes with the Motor Insurers Bureau.

Claiming compensation for road traffic accidents can be complicated, as there can often be issues and disputes over liability and complications. Our team of specialists are experienced in negotiating final settlement figures with insurers, to fully compensate the injured party.

We are successful in recovering damages in excess of 95% of the claims we accept. The team succeeds where other Solicitors have advised that the client should either accept a low award or abandon the claim altogether.

Legal Expense Insurance will nominate Solicitors to act on your behalf – you are not compelled to accept the nomination of Solicitor and on most occasions have the right to choose your personal injury lawyer.

If instructed, Rogers & Norton Solicitors will help ensure that they benefit from the cover under the Legal Expense Insurance policy. You in turn will then benefit from the individual support and guidance of an experienced personal injury lawyer to help you negotiate through the process.

Examples of road traffic accident claims that can be successfully pursued include:

  • Whiplash injuries
  • Brain and spinal injuries
  • Claims on behalf of children
  • Claims against uninsured drivers
  • Injuries to motor cyclists
  • Claims made by passengers in both cars and on public transport
  • Injuries suffered whilst you are a pedestrian
  • Injuries caused by defective vehicles or unsecured loads
  • Injuries caused by vehicle defects following a service at a garage

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