Involved in a Motorcycle Accident? Get the Compensation Your Deserve

Posted by admin on June 30, 2012 at 3:46 pm. Filed under: Road Accident Claims

If you’ve been involved in a motorcycle accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a claim. If you’re worried about making a motorcycle accident claim because you think it will be lengthy and complicated, you needn’t. Personal injury solicitors can make the whole process simple and stress-free.

Starting a motorcycle accident claim

Starting a claim for a motorcycle accident is simple. Your first step should be to speak to a personal injury lawyer. They will be able to give you free advice about the compensation claims process, and they will be able to put you in contact with a lawyer who specialises in motorcycle accidents. If you decide to make a claim, your lawyer will get started on that for you.

Getting help to make your claim

Specialist bike accident claim solicitors have the in-depth, expert knowledge required to build you a strong motorcycle accident claim. They will be able to liaise with medical staff and other people involved in the accident on your behalf. Whether you are making a claim against an individual or a local authority, they will be able to deal with every aspect of your claim. This leaves you free to recover from your accident.

How much compensation could you get?

The amount of compensation you could get depends on the severity of your injuries. Your lawyer will work with medical staff to get a sound understanding of your injuries. They will then be able to argue how the injuries have affected your life, and get you the compensation you deserve.


Trust Fosters With Your Car Accident Claims

Posted by admin on June 20, 2012 at 3:29 pm. Filed under: Road Accident Claims

Car accident claims are some of the most frequent claims that we deal with. This is largely because in a single quarter alone there can be hundreds of thousands of accidents on the roads which result in a slight to serious or fatal injury. A lot of people will therefore be looking to make car accident compensation claims because of the negligence of another party. Aside from other road users, the other party may also be pedestrians or even those bodies tasked with the upkeep of the road. Potholes, damage to important signs and lights can all result in a car accident, and if this is the case, then you can and should be able to initiate a car accident claim.

It makes for grizzly reading but according to the Department For Transport the number of people killed as of the year ending September 2011 stood at an estimate of 1,900 people. All of these incidents require investigation and many of them may find that some other party was responsible for the accident, be it another driver or otherwise. This can mean that a compensation claim can be lodged on behalf of the deceased. If you want to find out whether you are able to make this claim on their behalf it is advisable to talk to our personal injury solicitors as soon as you feel capable. We will be able to give you all of the information that you need to file a claim for compensation. It is important to remember that this can have serious financial implications for families and relatives, particularly if they were in some way dependent on the deceased. Payouts in this type of scenario can be significant, so it is always important to talk to an expert.

As well as fatalities there were an over all of 204, 350 casualties that were reported. These ranged from slight to serious and also included the fatalities for the same period. Many people don’t realise that claims for compensation can be made for seemingly minor injuries such as whiplash because the it can result in loss of earnings and even spinal damage. It is always important to report injuries sustained in a car crash and if they were caused by somebody else’s negligence then you should talk to one of our experienced solicitors.

At Fosters we have over 15 years of specialist experience in the field of car accidents. No matter the situation we can always advise regarding a potential claim. As part of our commitment to you, we can also offer a free accident claim consultation. This can be a great way to understand exactly what you need to do regarding the law. Given that you are interested in making a car accident claim, then it may be necessary to gain evidence of the accident. This might include photographic evidence of the scene as well as any eye-witness accounts that could prove vital. Depending on the nature of the accident, we will be able to advise you on exactly what will be needed for your claim.


Compensation For Serious And Fatal Workplace Accidents

Posted by admin on June 10, 2012 at 3:24 pm. Filed under: Accident at Work

There is never any justification that can be given for an accident at work depriving somebody of their earnings or even their livelihoods. Too many work related accidents occur due to the negligence of an employer, and despite the government introducing ever more stringent regulations for health and safety officers, the number of accidents remains consistent. This is why so many people seek work accident compensation feeling that they have been let down by an employer who should have been looking out for them. Over the years 2010-2011 there were around 603,000 reported work accidents, of which 200,000 resulted in 3 days absence and 150,000 were absent for more than a week. Employers are obligated to report injuries but of the 118,000 reported 26,000 of these were major injuries. This is a huge figure that, while the figures are dropping year on year, is still too high. The number of fatalities also stands at 171. This could ultimately mean that 171 families were affected by the death of what could have been their main or even sole bread-winner.

Fosters solicitors has a huge amount of experience when it comes to offering advice for serious work-related injuries. An injury at work could result in a lifetime of dependency on medication and medical care which could amount to tens of thousands pounds worth of costs over the years. Our solicitors are adept at listening to your concerns and are capable of offering you the best advice regarding your claim for compensation. It is always important to remember that if you are still working for the company at which you had the accident, you can make a compensation claim without it affecting your position. It is your entitlement to claim the lost earnings you have suffered because of inadequate safety precautions or the negligence of the company in question.

Unfortunately, the construction industry remains one of the biggest industries for serious and fatal employee injuries. Over 2010 – 2011 half of fatal injuries were caused by falling debris, falling from a height or being hit by a vehicle. This has left many families bereaved and seeking compensation to cover the loss of somebody that is irreplaceable. At times like this, it requires trained solicitors who know when to ask questions and when to simply listen or even extend an arm of sympathy. However, it is important to know that industries like this are regulated and should comply with very stringent safety requirements. If you are seeking compensation on behalf of a loved one we can give you all of the information you require and reassure you over the case. So long as it was company negligence, then the case could be concluded very rapidly indeed.

If you want to be assured of our expertise, then we encourage you to make use of our free accident claim consultation. During this time we will be as informative about the process as possible and make you aware of how we could help.