Trading as Powell Eddison Solicitors 
Trading as Avery Walters Ellis Solicitors 

Road Traffic Accident 

If you are involved in a Road Traffic Accident that was not your fault you may be able to claim compensation. 
Call Powell Eddison to discuss your claim 

What should you do if you are involved in a Road Traffic Accident? 

Take a note of what damage was done to the vehicle and any injuries to passengers; 
Take a note of the precise location of the accident. If you have a camera or phone handy, take some photos of the scene; 
Don't discuss who is to blame for the accident and do not accept any blame; 
Inform the Police; 
Inform your Insurer immediately; 
Go to see your GP or attend Hospital if you are injured. 
We will pursue your claim on a NO WIN NO FEE scheme so that you will never be a penny out of pocket even if the claim is unsuccessful. 
As with all personal injury claims, there is a strict three year time limit in making a claim and therefore the sooner it is started the better. 
We can persue claims on behalf of drivers and passengers which can include children. Members of the same family can also bring a claim against their driver if that person was to blame for the accident. You might be a pedestrian, a taxi or bus passeneger or motorcycle or cycle rider. As long as someone else was to blame or even partly to blame then we can help you win the compensation that you deserve. 
Call us on 01423 564551. Alternatively complete our online form and we will call you back. 
Thousands of people every year are involved in slip or tripping accidents. 
Whether you are involved in a accident in the supermarket, on the street, on the road or on someones premises, if you are injured and it wasn't your fault, you could be entitled to compensation. 
David Cartwright 
Family Law and Personal Injury Solicitor 


Phone: 01423 564551 
Email: dc@powell-eddison.co.uk 
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