With the number of cars and other vehicles travelling on the roads growing and the number of poor drivers that you see, it is almost inevitable that you will be involved in an accident of one sort or another, hopefully it will be a minor one.
With so many cars on the road, there is less space for everyone to manoeuvre and with vehicles moving at ever-increasing speeds with every other driver using their phones, an accident is almost waiting for you.
Your hope is that it is not a major misfortune, but any accident where you are personally injured may lead you to need to organise your road traffic accident compensation claims.
Because accidents do happen.
Statistics show that there is an unfortunate chance that you will be injured as a result of a vehicle accident. Accidents are the result of unplanned actions by drivers and none of the fault may be yours.
British law is based upon common sense, but is not always easy to understand. The laws surrounding personal injuries are extremely complicated and where you need to claim compensation because you have suffered a loss, either financially or physically, you will need to employ an expert who understands injury law to make sure that your case is presented and completed competently.
After you’ve been involved in an accident, there is a chance that you will move from being a confident person to somebody who is withdrawn and worried about driving on Britain’s roads.
Your friends may not see this immediate change in your mental state, but they might be able to see how you have suffered physically, perhaps through a neck injury which is extremely common when one car hits another from behind.
If the solicitor you choose to help you through the claims process is usually only dealing with conveyancing, they may not be able to process your claim efficiently and effectively. A divorce specialist might be an expert at winning money against the losing party, but unless they have worked through a high number of claims processes, they may not be the best person to complete your legal application.
Where you can find a personal injury solicitor who can show excellent credentials and experience along with a vast range of personal testimonials to prove their expertise, there is more chance that your claim will be dealt with eagerness and you are able to get on with your life, whatever injuries you sustained.
A personal injury specialist will understand that you are the victim and that you should receive reimbursement for any lost salary due to your injury as well as compensation for any changes in the state of your mind.
Well-meaning friends will suggest that you get back in your car and start driving as soon as possible after your accident, but only you will know when the time is right. One of the advantages of using an experienced personal injury solicitor, is that they will understand what you’ve been through and can use their knowledge to help you through a potentially demanding legal case.
Ted Babbitt has won more than lawsuits over the past four decades. He’s won accolades and esteem. Since 1973, Mr. Babbitt has been a member of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation-only group limited to just 100 of the top plaintiffs’ lawyers in the country. He’s written more than 100 articles that have appeared in national and local publications, given lectures for other attorneys, chaired nearly a dozen professional committees, and been listed – for more than 20 years — in The Best Lawyers in America. All the while, he has successfully tackled some of the toughest personal injury cases in the state of Florida – and obtained numerous high-profile, multimillion-dollar recoveries for his clients.
- 56 years of experience in Florida
- Practice Areas: Medical Malpractice (Birth Injury, Medical Misdiagnosis, Pharmacy Errors, Surgical Errors), Personal Injury (Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death), Workers’ Compensation
- Professional Associations: Member #91146 of Florida State Bar (since 1965)