If you have a Claim for A Road Traffic Accident – Get Your Own Expert Solicitor
Every car accident is a serious event, whether the injuries the driver or passengers receive are considerable or minor, the fact is they are traumatic. It is important to get your own solicitor. Harte Coyle Collins, Solicitors have an expert team to deal with these claims. We remove the stress of the aftermath of an accident we deal directly on your behalf with the car insurance company or claims handling company to resolve vehicle damage and Car Hire disputes.
If you are involved in an accident with a hit and run driver, a driver who provides you with false details or who is not insured, we can attain compensation from the Motor Insurance Bureau.
It matters to Harte Coyle Collins that after a car accident every person who has sustained an injury should receive rightful and fair compensation. Harte Coyle Collins, Solicitors secure thousands of pounds in compensation for victims of road traffic accidents every year.
We handle the complete range of road traffic compensation claims, from accidents where there is a death or serious injury to minor impact collisions.
Entitled to Claim Road Accident Compensation?
If you have suffered an injury when a driver or passenger in a vehicle which has been involved in accident which is not your fault you are entitled to claim compensation. What is important is to seek expert legal help immediately and for anyone resident in Northern Ireland you need the help of a firm of expert solicitors. You are not required or obliged to deal with your insurance company’s solicitor. You can seek advice from an independent lawyer.
What to Do
For immediate advice call our 24 hour RTA line we can help – office number 02890 278227.
Or e mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively you can visit our website at hcclawyers.com to send us an e mail via our “Contact” service.
The initial consultation at Harte Coyle Collins is free and the solicitor will advise you of the merits of your case, the funding options and the advice regarding courtesy cars, medicals and insurance matters.
Please bring all details and documents, including prints of photographs of scenes and damage, with you to the first appointment together with photographic identification and your proof of address.