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This article was published on June 3rd, 2015
An accident happened on one of the county’s busiest roads at around 3pm. Emergency services were called, including Fire, Police and Paramedics after a Black Mazda and White Citroen Berlingo van collided on a roundabout.
The road was closed whilst paramedics provided pain relief and assessed the drivers injuries. The driver of the Mazda, a local man, was taken to Hospital with a suspected spinal injury. Although his injuries may be life changing it is not thought they are life threatening. The other driver is not thought to have been hurt.
Police closed the road for four hours whilst crash investigators inspected the crash site.
Poor driving conditions and increased road traffic during rush hour is causing more accidents to occur. Whether you have had a minor bump or a serious crash, you must talk to a solicitor to see if you are entitled to compensation for any pain or suffering you experienced or any financial difficulties you are having as a result of the accident.
Its sometimes difficult to establish blame after an accident as it is often a confusing and scarey time. At Thorneycroft solicitors,we have trained professionals who you can talk to about your recollections of the accident to establish whether you were at fault or not. If they feel you were not at fault then you may be entitled to personal injury compensation to help pay for any loss of earnings or medical treatment you may need following the accident.
Thorneycroft Solicitors are committed to you and your road accident claim, our specialist no win – no fee solicitors have a great deal of experience in dealing with car accident injury claims and will guide you every step of the way to a successful car accident compensation claim. call us now on Freephone 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form.
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