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After a road accident, your first priority should be your own safety. Make sure you get all necessary medical treatment for your injuries, even if they seem minor.
Once you’ve received medical treatment, there are several things you can do to support your road accident claim.
The more details that are reported and documented at the time of a road accident, the easier it is for a lawyer to assist you. We suggest you do the following:
At the scene, if possible:
After the accident:
If claiming on behalf of your child:
Road accident claims have a strict lime limit. Don’t lose your right to claim compensation — seek legal advice straight away.
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