If you’ve been involved in a road traffic or car accident through no fault of your own, Claims Arrow can help you point you in the right direction in your quest of getting the compensation you feel is deserved.
A road traffic accident can be a traumatic experience, both physically and emotionally for drivers and passengers, and sadly RTA’s are a regular occurrence on Ireland’s roads. Speed continues to kill (130,000 drivers were detected committing speeding offences last year). Drink driving persists and unaccompanied learner drivers continue to break the law.
Complacency on the roads and absurdity means Road traffic accidents are unfortunately one of the most common causes of personal injury claims. Injuries range from minor to catastrophic and sometimes fatal. If you have suffered an injury in a car accident then you may be entitled to make a Personal Injury Claim whether you suffered from whiplash or a more serious injury.
Claims Arrow can offer you precise and accurate info on all types of road traffic accident claims, helping not only injured drivers or passengers in car accident claims, but also cyclists, pedestrians and other road users.
Every Road Traffic accident injury case is different so we tailor our advice to each client’s specific needs and objectives. We deal with all types of road accident claims for drivers and or passengers injured by car, van, lorry, public transport, cyclists, motorcyclists and road traffic accidents overseas.
We also know that many accidents where there are no injuries or only minor injuries and where the Gardai or police do not concern themselves with attending at the scene of the accident, you should be sure to at least get the registration number of the other car and bring this information to your Solicitor. In addition your Solicitor will find the following information helpful:
It’s also important to remember, regardless of the seriousness of the accident you were involved in, it’s important to get information on all parties involved, if you are planning on pursuing with a claim for compensation, this includes:
- Name and address of other drivers involved.
- Name and address of vehicle owner if different from the drivers details.
- Name of other drivers insurance company and policy number.
- Policy expiry date.
We would then advice store all information safely, ensure you get all injuries checked and treated immediately, and take a bit of time to calm the mind, as post accident trauma can be quite serious and when you feel ready, pick up your phone and contact our team at Claims Arrow, and we’ll help point you in the right direction in getting the compensation you may be entitled to.