If you have been involved in a car accident whilst travelling as a passenger in either the fault or non fault vehicle, you are entitled to pursue a claim for Personal Injury, even if you were not wearing your seat belt. As an innocent passenger you can bring a claim for compensation against the driver of the vehicle in which you were travelling, even if they are to blame for the accident, or against the other driver who caused the accident. If you were not wearing your seat belt at the time of the accident a small deduction will be made from your compensation, but it will not prevent you from making a claim.
Whether you were travelling as a passenger in a car, on a bus, on a train or any other means of transport and you have suffered an injury in the last 3 years, call RG Jones Solicitors, Accident Claims Specialists today for advice on how to pursue a claim for the compensation you are entitled to recover. We may be contacted either by phone on 01244 – 880643 / 07759310505, e-mail email@example.com or by completing our Online Enquiry Form.