Motor Accident Claims

Have you been injured in a motor accident?

You need to chat to one of our lawyers to find out whether you may be eligible to make a claim for lump sum compensation.

The amount of compensation you may be eligible to receive depends on when your accident took place. The current compensation scheme provides for two types of claims – Statutory benefits and Damages claims. Statutory benefits claims cover you for loss of wages and medical expenses regardless of whether you were at fault or not in the accident. Damages claims enable you to claim for any inability to work caused by the accident and pain and suffering compensation. However, Damages claims can be very difficult as there are a number of hurdles that you need to get over in order to bring a claim and claim the maximum compensation. That’s where we come in, to guide you through the process so you can get the maximum compensation you are entitled to. Time limits also apply so don’t delay call us today to find out where you stand. 


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If you’re injured as a result of a Motor Vehicle accident, you may be entitled to make a claim. This includes if you were a pedestrian or a cyclist. Our CTP lawyers will usually be able to tell whether you’re eligible to make a CTP claim over the telephone in your first chat with us. If your accident was on or after 1 December 2017 you may be entitled to make a statutory benefits and/or damages claim. Many people do not know they may be eligible to make a damages claim and should certainly contact us to discuss. If your accident occurred prior to 1 December 2017, different rules apply and you should also contact us to discuss your claim.



Our job is to make your claim run as smoothly as possible. For Accidents occurring on or after 1 December 2017, we’re here to guide you through the statutory benefits scheme and can assist you in any dispute with the insurer. Critically, if you’re eligible for a damages claim our job is to ensure your compensation is maximised as swiftly as possible.


No Win, No Fee

We offer ‘No Win, No Fee’ and fixed fee costing arrangements for all damages claims. If you have a statutory benefit dispute, our costs are wholly covered by the insurer. Read more about our Costs Promise.


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If you’re injured as a result of a motor accident, and you want to make sure you’re not missing out on something you may be entitled to, please contact us for a no obligation consultation.

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