Traffic accident in a car

If you are injured in a car accident and the other party is to blame, we can claim damages for you. Regardless of whether you were driving the car, were a passenger or a pedestrian hit by the car, you are entitled to compensation for all your medical expenses, loss of income, lost (potential) future income and other expenses directly related to the car accident.

By engaging us after the car accident, you will be able to create a stronger case so that you can get the maximum compensation for your personal injury claim. Even if the car damage seems minor and the injuries seem very mild and do not require immediate medical treatment, it is still advisable to inform us immediately about your accident so that we can provide you with the best possible guidance.

Initially, the process of claiming compensation in the event of a car accident may seem disconcerting. However, we have the necessary experience in the field of traffic accidents and can guide you through all the stages. After all, this is something we have done many times before, almost every day in fact, and our specialists, with their knowledge of the legal system, will ensure that your case is dealt with in a professional manner.

What proof do you need for optimal compensation?

Take notes on the traffic accident as soon as you can. Add as many details as you can, even those that seem unnecessary at the time. You must keep all documents and receipts relating to the accident. This may include:

  • Fully completed and signed EU damage claim form by both parties. We can help you with this, call us immediately;
  • Photographs of the vehicle and the location of the accident;
  • Photographs of your injuries immediately after the (car) accident;
  • Keep receipts of all miscellaneous costs incurred by you as a direct result of the accident – paying for a taxi service, the cost of hiring childcare or cancelling airline tickets if you were to travel;
  • Letter from your employer to check your lost working hours and also to indicate how much income you would have lost;
  • We will request and collect for you memos, prescriptions and receipts relating to your medical care, including X-rays and details of visits to the physiotherapist, general practitioner, emergency room and so on.
  • It is also useful to keep some kind of diary in which you record all other details relating to the claim for damages for the (car) accident which otherwise cannot be verified with receipts. Keep a record of your emotional state on most days. Mention all the difficulties you have to overcome on a daily basis. All this will help you to strengthen your case and give you the compensation you deserve, especially if you suffer from long-term injury.

To see how we work for you click here. However, it always starts with registering your case with us, which you can do by phone, email or using the form on this page. Report your injury immediately and let us relieve you of any and all worries, free of charge.