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Car accidents » Car accident claims


Unfortunately most of us will be involved in at least one car accident or motorcycle accident in our life-time. If you have suffered a personal injury in a car accident, either as a driver, passenger, cyclist or pedestrian, we can help you claim compensation, whether you have whiplash, broken limbs, head injuries or far more serious injuries.

Being involved in a car accident is traumatic enough without having the stress and worry about the cost of pursuing a claim for car accident compensation for your injuries. We provide assistance to motorists involved in accidents that were not their fault. We can help you claim compensation for your losses from the person at fault or their insurers.

All vehicles are required by law to be insured and you are entitled to make a compensation claim if you are involved in a car accident and it can be proven that someone else was responsible. Even if you have suffered a personal injury in an accident where the driver of the vehicle was not insured, or did not stop to give their details, HappyClaim may still be able to help.

We will assess your claim for free and if you want to pursue a claim we will appoint a solicitor to for you on a no-win-no-fee basis. All our solicitors are members of the Law Societys Personal Injury panel.

If your car is going to be off the road for any length of time HappyClaim may also be able to arrange a hire car and recover the costs from the third party.

Why use HappyClaim for your car accident compensation claim?


Its simple, we can help you recover:

  • Compensation for personal injuries to you or your passengers
  • Loss of income
  • Damage to your car and personal property
  • Cost of replacement vehicle hire
  • Compensation for pain and suffering caused by the accident
  • Expenses incurred as a result of the accident (eg: medication, taxis etc.)
  • Insurance policy excess

Our no cost, no risk service


If the car accident was not your fault and you have suffered a personal injury, you should consider making a compensation claim. Theres no absolutely no risk - our service is completely free from the moment you pick up the phone, or complete our online form.

Before you do anything else, take advantage of our free legal advice and call us now on 01582 437070 and we will tell you everything you need to know about making a claim. Its then up to you to decide whether you wish to make a claim. You will be under no obligation or pressure at any time.

Car accident compensation advice

If you have been involved in a car accident, try to follow these basic steps

If you are involved in a car accident in which someone (other than you) has been injured, or where damage has been caused to someone elses property, then you must stop. Give your name, address, registration number and insurance details, to all the other people who are involved in the accident (and the name and address of the owner of your vehicle if this is not you). If you are unable to stop, you must give these details to the police within 24 hours.

  • No matter what the circumstances of the accident, do not make any comments about who you believe was responsible for the accident
  • Write down the names and addresses of the other drivers involved
  • Write down the make, model, colour and registration number of the other vehicles involved in the accident
  • Write down the damage that has been caused to the other vehicles involved
  • Write down the name, address and phone number of any witnesses who saw what happened
  • Draw a rough sketch of the accident scene, showing road junctions, traffic lights and the positions of all vehicles involved following the accident
  • As soon as possible write down what happened
  • Notify your car insurance company as soon as possible
  • Seek medical attention for any injuries you have suffered. It is quite normal for you to feel fine immediately after the accident, with symptoms not appearing for up to 48 hours later.