Why Make A Road Traffic Accident Claim?
What Matrix Can Help With
Road Traffic Accident Frequently Asked Questions
This is a term used to describe a situation where an injured party is found to be partly at fault for the accident. This means that you may still be able to claim compensation but if you are found to be partly at fault there may be a percentage deduction to the compensation if awarded.
No you dont have to utilize your fully comprehensive policy. We will instruct an engineer to inspect your vehicle and pursue the responsible partys insurers for an upfront payment for the repairs or write off value.
The responsible party’s insurers will make an offer based on the medical evidence. They will take into account what injuries were sustained and how long recovery will take.
We wil gather all the evidence together to include any CCTV, Police Reports and Witness Statements and submit evidence to the insurers. If liability is still in dispute, court proceedings can be issued and you will be represented by an experienced barrister at the Trial.
Yes, you can pursue a claim against the Motor Insurers Bureau who compensate victims of uninsured and untraced drivers. We will assist in submitting a claim to the MIB on your behalf.
All our claims are taken on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. It costs nothing upfront to make a claim even if we have to issue court proceedings. We only charge a success fee of 25%. This funding arrangement will be discuessed at the outset so there is no surprises.
Where a person is suffers a personal injury through the negligence of another person or party and seeks to bring a claim for compensation, if a claim is defended by insurers or liability admitted but an agreement not reached on the level of compensation to be awarded, the claim would usually need to proceed through the Courts. In some circumstances, if the case was unsuccessful at court, the person bringing the claim may be personally liable for the Defendant’s legal costs. If you have an after the event insurance policy, providing the claim is brought honestly, the policy would cover the Defendant’s costs and prevent you from paying the same personally.
A No Win, No Fee agreement is sometimes called a Conditional Fee Agreement. The regulations in relation to Condition Fee Agreements have changed dramatically in 2013. We offer a No Win No Fee agreement to all of our clients. This guarantees you that you will not have to pay ANY fee if your claim is unsuccessful.
What Does The Road Traffic Accident Process Look Like?
Simply put, this is how a typical RTA case runs
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