Traffic accidents are one of the most frequent causes of personal injury claims in Ireland today.
This is one of the reasons why its absolutely vital that you have a top Dublin road traffic accident solicitor fighting for you every step of the way.
At personalinjuriesclaim we understand that an unexpected accident can cause physical, mental and financial hardship
If you or a family member has been injured in a traffic accident, we can help.
Our solicitors have handled many claims for compensation, helping our clients get back on their feet after road traffic accidents in Dublin and throughout Ireland. We are here to help you through this difficult time and work towards getting the right advice and help from a specialist solicitor who understands how important it is to get compensation for injuries sustained in a car crash. Contact us today.
Now, let's take a deeper look at road traffic accident claims in ireland.
What are the most common?
While car accidents are the most common type of traffic accident in Dublin Ireland, truck and lorry accidents also make up a significant portion of claims.
Bike accidents are also a common type of traffic accident in Dublin Ireland.
Pedestrian accidents are by far the most serious type of accident because pedestrians don’t have any protection at all if they get hit by another vehicle such as a car or truck etc..
Many car accident claims can leave victims with the following injuries:
*back and neck injuries
The severity of injuries sustained from a road traffic accident can depend on a number of factors, including:
*The speed at which the vehicle was traveling.
*The size of the vehicle. Larger vehicles tend to cause more damage due to their mass and weight than small cars do.
*The position in which you were sitting or standing when you were struck by the car, van or truck. For example, if you're struck while standing on or near a curb or sidewalk, your chances of sustaining a serious injury are much higher than if you'd been standing in an open area such as an intersection where there's more space between vehicles when they collide with one another (or people).
*The type of vehicle that hit yours - whether it's bus (public transport), lorry (heavy goods vehicle) or private car; this will have an impact on any potential injuries sustained because these types differ greatly in terms of size and weight when compared with one another.* Road conditions at time of collision - wet/dry surfaces can affect traction levels for both drivers and passengers alike so it's worth taking extra care during wet weather especially if visibility isn't great due to foggy conditions etcetera.* Weather conditions at time collision occurs - snowy roads make driving difficult even without having another driver coming towards us head-on at 60mph+!
Motorbike accidents tend to cause serious or fatal injuries due to their lack of protection compared to cars or vans. Common types of motorcycle accidents are motorcyclist being hit by a car turning across traffic or motorcyclist being side-swiped by another vehicle moving in the same direction when changing lanes.
Motorcycle accidents tend to cause serious or fatal injuries due to their lack of protection compared to cars or vans. Common types of motorcycle accidents are motorcyclist being hit by a car turning across traffic or motorcyclist being side-swiped by another vehicle moving in the same direction when changing lanes.
Motorcycle accidents are also commonly caused by:
*Motorcyclists running red lights, stop signs and other traffic signals (including those on private property)
*Motorcycle riders not wearing helmets as required by law (or having them in poor condition). If you're injured and were not wearing your helmet properly, you may be responsible for paying some costs yourself if this was a factor in causing your accident.
*Motorcycling under influence of alcohol/drugs
At Personalinjuriesclaim we understand that an unexpected accident can cause physical, mental and financial hardship. We dedicate ourselves to providing outstanding legal services to injured people in a friendly, sensitive and professional manner. We understand that being involved in a car accident can be a frightening and upsetting experience, which is why we do our best to help you recover compensation as soon as possible; this includes loss of earnings and all of your out of pocket expenses.
If you or a family member has been injured in a road traffic accident, we can help.
Our solicitors have handled many claims for compensation, helping our clients get back on their feet after road traffic accidents in Dublin and Wicklow. We are here to help you through this difficult time and work towards getting the right advice and help from a specialist accident solicitor who understands how important it is to get compensation for injuries sustained in a car crash.
If you have been involved in any type of accident and require legal support, please contact us for a free consultation. We aim to provide you with the best advice possible and will go out of our way to help you through this difficult time.
Personal injury solicitors Dublin: Your Ultimate Legal Partner.
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If you would like to discuss making a personal injury claim please contact us to discuss further by calling our phone number: 01 234 0044 .
We will be happy to discuss a no win no fee solicitors aggrement you. We will discuss your claim and provide you with advice and an initial opinion regarding your injury, from personal injuries assessment board to issuing proceedings in a case.
We pride ourselves in knowing that our clients are always fully informed and advised of all aspects of their case from the beginning when they first speak to us regarding an injury such as accident at work, special damages, traumatic experience that goes for long term consequences etc.
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