What Constitutes a Zebra Crossing Claim in the UK?

There are many kinds of accidents which can occur around a road crossing, whether it includes a pedestrian or not. Either way, there is almost always someone who is to blame for the incident directly, which is different from most other motor-vehicle related claims. Just some of the most common kinds of incidents which occur on these crossings include:

  • Hitting a Pedestrian with a Car.
  • Hitting another Car as it Stops for the Crossing.
  • Hitting another Car as it Slows Down for the Pedestrian Crossing.
  • Swerving to avoid a Pedestrian and Hitting another Car or Public Property.

The ability to make a claim in these situations is largely dependent on whose fault the accident was. If you’ve been injured, and you feel like someone else is to blame, then you could be entitled to make a claim against them. There are some cases where both parties involved can be said to have been negligent when it comes to the rules of the road – however, there are few of these incidents with regards to zebra crossing claims.

If you’re the one who has suffered injury because of someone else’s actions, it may seem obvious who has been negligent in this incident. However, there is a range of different factors to consider before assigning blame in this situation.

Want to know more? Read below for frequently asked questions about Zebra Crossing Accidents, including compensation amounts and symptoms.

Can a Zebra Crossing Claim Ever Be the Pedestrian’s Fault?

If the pedestrian has acted negligently in this situation, then it is possible that a personal injury claim against them could succeed. However, it is extremely unlikely that a pedestrian will ever be completely responsible for the incident. The Highway Code places a great deal of the responsibility on the shoulders of the person behind the wheel.

All drivers are expected to approach zebra crossings with extreme care if there is a pedestrian nearby, whether they have an obvious intention of crossing or not. Neglecting to do this can result in personal injury zebra crossing claims.

Am I Entitled to Make a Zebra Crossing Claim?

If you’ve suffered as the result of someone else’s negligence, then you may be entitled to make a compensation claim; particularly if you’re a pedestrian. However, if you were behind the wheel of a car and another person’s reckless driving has caused you injury around a zebra crossing claim, then you may be able to make a compensation claim for that.

These accidents can cause a lot of damage and can even be life-threatening in some circumstances. No-win, no-fee zebra crossing claims against the person responsible can help you to get your life back on track. If your loved ones have suffered, or even died, as the result of someone else’s actions and negligence, you might be eligible to make a wrongful death claim against them.

Call Tylers Solicitors for No-Win, No-Fee Zebra Crossing Claims in the UK

Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can deliver no-win, no-fee zebra crossing claims and legal services to all kinds of clients. If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s actions or negligence towards you, then you will be eligible to make a claim against them.

Over the years, our team of no-win, no-fee lawyers has worked to help our clients get the justice and the compensation that they need to move on with their lives. For more information on our wide range of no-win, no-fee legal services, including zebra crossing claims in the UK, get in touch with our friendly team today. You can reach our solicitors and legal specialists today by emailing us at info@tylerssolicitors.co.uk. If you prefer, you can talk to our team directly by calling us on 0800 699 0079.

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