Our Personal Injury team understands that bringing a compensation claim can be daunting. Our specialist team will help your recovery as far as possible through rehabilitation, as well as ensuring that you receive financial compensation in settlement.
Our lawyers will guide you through the compensation process. We have helped clients who have suffered all types of injury from road-traffic accidents, including:-
- Fractured and broken bones
- Soft-tissue injuries, cuts and bruises
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
- Spinal injury
- Head injury
Our Personal Injury team understands that being involved in a road-traffic accident is traumatic and stressful. Our highly qualified and experienced lawyers will support you in claiming the compensation that you deserve, which means that you can get on with your life in the knowledge that your personal injury claim is in safe hands.
If you have been involved in a cycling accident which was not your fault, and you have suffered injury as a result of the accident?
Our team may be able to help you claim compensation against the party who caused your injuries. Our specialist team has successfully helped a number of cyclists obtain compensation.
Health benefits, but also high risk
With the benefits to be had from cycling, we are seeing more and more cyclists on our roads. Whether your bike is used to get to work, or just to pick up some bits from the local shop, cycling improves our health and is a cheap means of transport which reduces our carbon footprint.
Little protection for cyclists
Unfortunately, with the increasing number of vehicles on the road, using a bicycle has become more treacherous. We have all seen drivers pulling out onto roads without properly looking, or being distracted through the use of mobile ‘phones. As a cyclist, you have little protection when out on the road and will inevitably come off worse than a vehicle driver when involved in an accident.
If you wish to discuss your compensation claim with our team at Blaser Mills, please call us on 020 3829 5214 and we will be happy to help.
Hit-and-run accidents are, sadly, far more common than we think. It is traumatic enough to be involved in a road-traffic accident, but for those involved in a hit-and-run accident there are additional complications.
Any failure to stop is a serious offence
Hit-and-run accidents often occur due to a driver being uninsured or intoxicated. The driver does not stop because of the fear of the likely consequences. This can make you believe that you are not able to bring a compensation claim, but this is not the case. If you are the victim of a hit-and-run accident, our specialist team of Personal Injury lawyers will ensure that your claim is forwarded to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau which operates an Untraced Driver’s Scheme that was set up precisely for this purpose.
Our Personal Injury team can, on the basis of years of experience and understanding of the process, help you through the complexity of an injury claim in these circumstances.
According to the Department for Transport, despite representing only 1% of vehicle traffic, motorcyclists represent just under 25% of road-traffic fatalities in Britain. If you are a motorcyclist, you are 51 times more likely to be injured in a road-traffic accident.
Most motorcycle accidents are due to careless drivers causing an accident by failing to see you. If you have had an accident on your motorcycle, our team can help you claim compensation in respect of your injuries and financial losses.
There are many types of motorbike accident claims to consider. The main cause of accidents involving motorcycles is driver error, such as filtering/overtaking, vehicles pulling out of side roads, vehicles turning across your path, rear-end collisions and general lack of awareness. There are also other situations where you may be entitled to claim compensation; for example, because of a poor quality road surface, a diesel or oil spillage, or motorcycle manufacture or garage-repair error.
Road-traffic accidents are not exclusive to vehicle collisions. Many accidents involve injuries to pedestrians. Whether you were crossing the road on a pedestrian crossing, or walking through a car-park, if you have been involved in an accident with a vehicle you may be entitled to claim compensation in respect of your injuries.
Support every step of the way through the claims process
As with all accidents, it is important to obtain as much information as possible. However, if you have been unable to obtain the driver’s details, our Personal Injury team can assist you in attempting to find the driver – perhaps by obtaining CCTV footage. If the driver cannot be found, we can bring your claim under the Motor Insurers’ Bureau Untraced Drivers scheme. Whatever the circumstances, our Personal Injury lawyers will take you through the compensation claims process in a clear and supportive way.
Being involved in any accident is extremely traumatic and stressful. If you have been injured and the driver involved in the accident was uninsured, there are additional problems which require specialist advice.
Our Personal Injury team specialises in progressing your claim through the Motor Insurers’ Bureau which operates an Uninsured Driver Scheme that was set up exactly for this purpose.
Our Personal Injury team understands that the involvement of an uninsured driver can add further stress and will take this frustrating burden away from you. We will guide you through the process step-by-step to ensure that your claim is dealt with as fairly and as quickly as possible.
Why choose us?
- No win, no fee
- Our lawyers are Personal Injury specialists and highly experienced
- We are members of nationally recognised panels and accreditation schemes
- We care about what we do
- We will come and visit you at your home
The personal injury team at Blaser Mills in High Wycombe ‘offers a fantastic, friendly service’ while it ‘consistently manages to achieve excellent results’ in head, brain and spinal injury cases caused by slips, trips as well as road traffic and work accidents.