Injured in an accident that wasn't your fault?

If you have had an accident which was not your fault, we can help you make a no win no fee compensation claim


Passenger Accident Compensation Claim

Drivers who carry passengers have a duty to ensure that passengers reach their destination unharmed.  Drivers must make sure that they drive carefully and stay within their speed limits when carrying passengers.  In the vast majority of road accident cases, passengers are at no fault.  This puts them in a strong position to make passenger accident compensation claims.  If you have suffered injuries in an accident as a passenger, you must remember that you have legal rights to make passenger accident compensation claim.

Whether you suffered injuries whilst traveling in a car, bus, coach, train or motorcycle, we can help you make a compensation claim.

Specialist Passenger Accident Advice has a team of specialist passenger accident compensation claim solicitors who can assist you if you have been involved in a road accident as a passenger.

Our solicitors operate on a No Win No Fee basis which means that you will never be given any bills or charged any fees for our services.  We will work on your claim without any cost.  In addition, we will also offer a 100% compensation guarantee so you can recover every penny of the compensation award without any deductions.

Even if you were involved in an accident caused by an uninsured driver or a hit and run driver, you may still be able to put up a compensation claim.

Compensation Amounts

If you have suffered injuries in a road accident as a passenger, you may be able to recover compensation for your pain and suffering, along with compensation for all the financial losses.  The amount of compensation that is awarded usually depends on a number of factors.  These include the type of injury you have suffered, severity of the injury, recovery period, whether the injury will have permanent effects, your age when the accident took place, etc.

Compensation amount will also depend on whether you are to be partially blamed for your injuries.  For example, if you were traveling in a car and were not wearing a seatbelt, the amount of compensation that you receive may be reduced if you sustained more serious injuries as a result of not wearing a seatbelt.  However, this factor will not have any effect on your eligibility to make a passenger accident compensation claim.

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For free legal advice and free assessment of your passenger accident compensation claim, simply request a call back by completing our online claim form.