There seems to be a trend in the popular media for stigmatising those who make a claim for compensation after an accident on the road.
This unhelpful and uniformed attitude does not take into account the difficulties faced by someone who has been injured as a result of a road traffic accident.
A recent article in the Guardian states that in the third quarter of 2012 alone, 52,490 people were hurt or injured on UK roads. This incredible number of unfortunate people deserve more than to be publicly disparaged for seeking redress after their accident.
The full consequences of an accident on the road are often not immediately apparent; even to those who are involved. The injuries you sustain and getting the right treatment will almost certainly be your first priority. For some, the psychological effects of being involved in a accident will not be immediately obvious.
The day to day impact of an accident often comes as a shock to those who have never been involved in a road accident. For drivers there is the inconvenience of having to fill out lengthy insurance claim forms, getting estimates for damage repairs and having to find another means of transport for getting to work and day to day activities such as the weekly shopping. Pedestrians and cyclists who are unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident will almost certainly receive more severe injuries which can result in considerable absences from work and loss of earnings.
After enduring all the above complications that come from a road accident it makes sense to place your claim in the hands of professionals that deal with these complicated issues on a daily basis.
Please feel free to get in touch today on 0800 083 5500 or visit our Road Accident Claims page to find out more information about how we can manage you claim with the minimum of fuss and bring you the best possible outcome.