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Road Traffic Injury Claims

Every motorist driving a vehicle on Britain’s roads is required by law to have a motor insurance policy; this not only covers them for any damage to the vehicles involved but also covers any claim for compensation, should someone suffer a personal injury following a collision.


It is not only drivers of motor vehicles who are entitled to make a claim in the event of an accident. Passengers also have a case for compensation as they are usually the innocent party when a car crash occurs; this includes not only passengers in cars but passengers travelling on public transport such as buses.

Pedestrians and cyclists

Pedestrians and cyclists are very vulnerable and often sustain very serious personal injuries if they are unfortunate enough to be in collision with a motor vehicle. We can pursue the insurance company of the driver involved to secure compensation for your injuries and any financial loss you may have sustained.

Uninsured Drivers

Occasionally a driver responsible for your injuries may not have a valid car insurance policy. Amanda Cunliffe Solicitors can still help you with your claim by approaching the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB). MIB are a Government organisation funded by the major insurance companies so that victims of uninsured drivers or drivers who don’t stop following an accident i.e. hit and run drivers, can still pursue a road traffic injury claim for losses.

Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries associated with road traffic collisions and is caused by the head being violently thrown forward and then back again in a whipping motion. It can sometimes take several days before the injury becomes evident and symptoms can include; neck and shoulder pain, nausea, headaches and, in some cases, can lead to depression.

At Amanda Cunliffe Solicitors, we have the benefit of having dealt with thousands of road traffic injury claims so you can be confident that we can secure the maximum amount of compensation possible.