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Manchester Car Accident Claim: RTA solicitor sets out how to claim compensation if you are injured in a road traffic accident in Greater Manchester including whiplash, neck and back injury compensation
Manchester car accident claim: Discover why car accidents are common in Manchester, what you should do immediately following a road traffic accident, how quickly you should contact a specialist RTA solicitor,
Why are Manchester car accident claims common?
Road traffic accidents are common throughout the country, but in cities and areas with high population densities statistically there are likely to more accidents.
Manchester is the third largest city in England and when the surrounding areas which make up Greater Manchester the population approaches 2 million so may vehicle drivers are involved in collisions hence the high number of Manchester road accident claims.
What should you do if you are involved in a Manchester car accident to ensure you can claim compensation?
Immediately following a car accident you should take some practical steps to ensure you know the identity of the driver who caused the accident and obtain as much witness evidence as possible to support how your accident happened.
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A common complaint made by clients who approach me is that the driver at fault for the RTA who admits fault at the scene and indicates that any car accident claim would be paid in full at a later time denies how the accident was their fault by which time obtaining witness details is too late to verify your version of events.
No matter what the other driver says following the accident I recommend you take every step which is possible to ensure the truth wins out.
Click road accident claim to see the page I have written explaining the steps you should take immediately following an accident.
When should you contact a Manchester car accident claim solicitor following a road traffic accident?
You have three years to start a claim for personal injury following a road traffic accident if you are an adult. Children under the age of 18 years have until there 21st birthday to start a claim at court.
Despite having three years the answer to the question is in actual fact “contact a Manchester car accident claims solicitor as soon as possible”. This is the best way to ensure you will recover compensation and receive the correct amount of compensation.
Click Manchester car accident claim to speak to me in person free of charge about your RTA or to have your claim assessed free of charge online.
What towns make Manchester and Greater Manchester?
I am often asked what geographical areas make up Manchester. In truth you don’t have to have had your car accident in Manchester to use a Manchester solicitor, but you might find it helpful to learn:
The areas that make up Manchester in order of population density include – Manchester, Bolton, Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale. Salford and Bury.
The additional areas that make up Greater Manchester in order of population density include Cheadle and Gatley, Sale, Middleton, Ashton-under-Lyne, Leigh, Stretford, Swinton and Pendlebury, Urmston, Altrincham, Hazel Grove and Bramhall, Eccles, Walkden, Radcliffe, Wilmslow / Alderley Edge, Tyldesley, Chadderton, Prestwich, Hyde, Bredbury and Romiley, Denton, Farnworth, Hindley, Whitefield, Droylsden, Bromley Cross / Bradshw, Stalybridge, Royton, Atherton, Failsworth, Shaw and Crompton, Irlam, Dukinfield, Horwich, Ramsbottom, Hale, Poynton, Littleborough, Audenshaw, Milnrow, Little Lever, Kearsley, Longdendale, Partington, Tottington, Wardle, Brinnington, Bowden, Whitworth, Mossley and Buckton Vale.
If you have had your road traffic accident in any of these towns in Manchester or wish to make a car accident claim involving an accident anywhere in the country I would be glad to help you make your claim.
How much compensation can you claim for typical injuries which form part of a Manchester car accident claim?
A Manchester car accident claim will often include compensation for injuries such as whiplash, cervical spine and neck injuries, lumbar and thoracic spinal injuries, fractured bones; chest, ribs and sternum injuries; crush injuries, seatbelt bruising, airbag burns, post traumatic stress disorder, etc.
Click injury compensation amounts to see examples of how much compensation you can claim for all manner of injury suffered in a Manchester car accident claim.