We have secured personal injury compensation for a client who suffered whiplash injuries following a non-fault road traffic accident collision.
The claimant was proceeding along Kingsway when the Defendant opened his car door, causing our client to collide with both the door and a stationary vehicle nearby.
The claimant suffered whiplash injuries, resulting in pain to his neck, shoulders and lower back, lasting 13-15 months. Our client also claimed for ‘loss of vehicle use’, as well as aftercare and assistance.
Valuation in this case was between £2,900 and £3,100.
Hampson Hughes Solicitors secured a total of £3,500 in personal injury compensation for the claimant on this occasion.
If you’ve suffered whiplash injuries after a road traffic accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to claim personal injury compensation.
Whether you were injured as a driver, passenger, cyclist or as a pedestrian, Hampson Hughes Solicitors could help you claim maximum personal injury compensation. More information can be found via our ‘Road Traffic Accident’ page, or contact our dedicated team of solicitors today on 0800 888 6 888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our approach in advancing each Employers’ Liability (EL) and Public Liability (PL) claim is all encompassing – meaning that we will take care of everything. Due to the often complex nature of these claims, seeking expert assistance from trained professionals could mean the difference between the eventual success or failure of the case.
The first step in bringing a successful claim is to establish liability. In the case of an accident at work, there is the potential for a culture of blame sharing to arise between a company and its subsidiaries – locating a solvent and viable insurer that is willing to accept that its corporate client is at fault could prove difficult.
However, through a combination of gathering information from Companies House and from the Employers’ Liability Trading Office (ELTO) – alongside carefully analysing information supplied by the Client – locating the correct party against which the claim may be brought could take less time than you might think.
Recently, my colleague Andrew Fairman wrote a blog on a case that focused on establishing liability – the study raised the question of landowner liability in cases of trips or falls on adjacent unadopted highways. Another recent case involved tracing the history of a highway to 1835, so as to raise a presumption of a local Council’s liability. One further example involved applying the Montreal Convention to an accident involving a multinational airline, so as to establish the boundaries of the duty of care owed to its passengers.
The above examples serve as evidence of our ability and determination in successfully settling your claim.
Personal injury compensation claims
If you have been involved in a non-fault accident, and you believe that you would benefit from the creative thinking that sets us apart from our competitors, contact Hampson Hughes Solicitors today. Call 0800 888 6888 for a free and confidential consultation with one of our experts.
Panel solicitors frequently experience a conflict of interest. If the panel solicitor is in a financial arrangement with the insurance company, how can that solicitor be truly independent?
EU Law enshrines your right to choose the solicitor of your choice. The Insurance Companies (Legal Expenses Insurance) Regulations 1990 state that you have the right to choose your own solicitor.
In order to minimise costs, insurance companies often attempt to settle claims as quickly as possible. However, unquantified compensation awards may not fully reflect the damages to which you are entitled – especially where the duration of your recovery is unknown.
Hampson Hughes Solicitors – the personal injury experts
Hampson Hughes has developed a strong nationwide reputation for providing a first class bespoke service. We act independently, and we will ensure that you receive the maximum compensation to which you are entitled.
Selecting Hampson Hughes Solicitors as your preferred legal representation – as opposed to panel solicitors – will ensure that you are treated as an individual. This means that your recovery will be managed properly, rather than been viewed as a potential long term financial loss.
Hampson Hughes does not answer to shareholders – unlike insurers and their solicitors – which allows us to make certain that your claim is processed in a manner befitting your best interests. We have a wealth of legal knowledge and we have access to a wide range of medical and engineering specialists – allowing for your claim to be processed swiftly and professionally.
For more information please call us today on 0800 888 6888, or email email@example.com.