Road Traffic Accident Claims
Aston Knight Solicitors specialise in all manner of road traffic accident claims, including accidents in cars, buses, motorcycles and cycles, including complex liability disputes and serious injuries.
We also deal with matters of vehicle damage costs, hire charges, storage charges and more.
We are prepared to take cases to court if the other party’s insurer unreasonably refuses to compensate you and have a specialist litigation team with many years of experience in this field.
Road Traffic Accident Compensation Claims
We have successfully obtained compensation on behalf of clients who have requested a transfer of their matter from other solicitors for a variety of reasons.
£1,500 for Ankle Injury
Miss T was walking by her house when she fell into an open metal grid cutting the back of her foot and spraining her ankle. The Council denied responsibility for the accident and refused to make any settlement offers...READ MORE VIEW ALL
Verified as an accurate and true testimonial by Ayoub Khan, Solicitor, Aston Knight Solicitors (client surname redacted to protect client confidentiality)
Accidents Involving Children
We have acted for many children in both car accidents and other accidents. Children are more vulnerable than adults and may suffer more serious injury than an adult and often psychological injuries.
The child cannot act themselves so we will take instructions from a representative, usually the mother or father, instead. We are very experienced in child litigation and will ensure the process moves as quickly and easily as possible for the child and their representative.
The most common form of injury caused by a car accident is that of “whiplash” – a soft tissue injury to the neck and shoulder region caused by an unexpected, violent forwards and backwards motion.
We will obtain a medical report from a doctor to prove your injuries. We have succeeded with many whiplash claims, including cases defended by insurance companies, and have strong litigation experience in the event court proceedings are necessary.