Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Claims
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- Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Information
- What are the Most Common Causes of Zebra Crossing Injuries in the UK?
- What are the Common Injuries Caused by an Accident at a Zebra Crossing?
- Is it Ever the Pedestrian’s Fault at a Zebra Crossing Accident?
- I Was Hit by Another Car at a Zebra Crossing – Can I Claim Compensation?
- Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Amounts
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Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Information
While zebra crossings are mostly safe for pedestrians, a negligent road user can fail to stop in time or make no attempt to stop at all. As many pedestrians expect the car, van or other road user to stop, they can actually be the scene of serious incidents. It is also possible for one vehicle to stop at a zebra crossing, only for the car behind them to continue. As such, zebra crossings can be dangerous for pedestrians and other road users. If you’ve suffered any kind of injury that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a zebra crossing injury compensation claim!
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to make a claim for compensation following any kind of zebra crossing injury that wasn’t your fault. Our experienced team offer no-win, no-fee legal services to help people get the compensation they’re entitled to. Whether you’ve been hit as a pedestrian, or by another vehicle while stopping at a zebra crossing, call Tylers Solicitors today!
What are the Most Common Causes of Zebra Crossing Injuries in the UK?
In most cases, zebra crossing injuries are caused by a negligent driver failing to stop and either hitting a pedestrian or another vehicle. As part of a zebra crossing accident, one of the parties involved is almost always either a pedestrian or a stationary vehicle. It is possible that a negligent driver could swerve to avoid a pedestrian in the road, and hit an oncoming vehicle, but that is extremely rare.
What are the Common Injuries Caused by an Accident at a Zebra Crossing?
A zebra crossing injury normally involves fractured bones or long-term damage which can lead to loss of limbs, life or mobility. In the worst cases, these incidents can cause serious head injuries, including brain damage, which can have a major impact on your life. If you’ve been the victim of a traffic collision, or a rear-end incident at a zebra crossing, you are likely to suffer neck injuries, including whiplash. Whatever kind of injury you’ve suffered, get in touch with Tylers’ legal experts today.
Is it Ever the Pedestrian’s Fault at a Zebra Crossing Accident?
A pedestrian always has right of way at a zebra crossing, even if the lights are damaged or turned off. There are some instances where you might not be eligible to claim, for example if you stepped in front of an emergency vehicle with its lights flashing. You also need to be on the zebra crossing to qualify for right of way. Crossing the road even a few feet away from the designated crossing means you do not have right of way, and any injury you suffer will be your own fault.
I Was Hit by Another Car at a Zebra Crossing – Can I Claim Compensation?
If you stopped at a zebra crossing to allow a pedestrian to cross, and were hit by another road user, you may be able to claim compensation. Whether you were rear-ended or hit by a road user swerving to avoid a crossing pedestrian, we are here for you. To start a no-win, no-fee zebra crossing compensation claim, get in touch with Tylers Solicitors’ experienced team today.
Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Amounts
As with any kind of road traffic accident or personal injury, the amount of compensation you could receive depends on the severity of your injuries. The more serious your injuries, the more compensation you could be entitled to. If you’ve been left with a long-term injury that wasn’t your fault, you should be entitled to compensation. For more information on our wide range of legal services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today.
Curious about how much compensation you could be able to claim? Use our simple online zebra crossing accident compensation calculator below! You can also call Tylers’ no-win, no-fee legal experts directly for more information on your specific case, or to arrange a free, no-obligation meeting today!
Head Injuries Caused by Zebra Crossing Accident Compensation Amounts
|Head injuries are the worst kind of injury you can suffer in any situation. Not only can they be life-threatening, head injuries caused in road traffic accidents often lead to long-term brain damage. Whether you’ve suffered a minor head injury, or a serious skull fracture leading to serious brain damage, Tylers Solicitors is here for you.|
|Up to £307,000|
Neck & Shoulder Injury Compensation Amounts
|If you’ve suffered a neck or shoulder injury, either due to being struck by a moving vehicle, or in a traffic collision, we are here for you. You could be left with long-term neck and shoulder injuries, including whiplash. Whatever neck or shoulder injury you’ve suffered, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors’ experienced team today.|
|Up to £63,000|
Paraplegia or Quadriplegia Compensation Amounts
|Following serious road traffic accidents, or if you’ve been hit by a moving vehicle as a pedestrian on a zebra crossing, you could be left with long-term injuries. In the worst cases, this can include nerve damage, leading to paraplegia or quadriplegia. Whether you’ve been left with paraplegia, tetraplegia or quadriplegia, call Tylers Solicitors today!|
|Up to £307,000|
Minor to Serious Fractures Caused by Zebra Crossing Accident Compensation Amounts
|Most road traffic accidents or zebra crossing injuries cause some kind of bone fracture. Whether you’ve suffered a minor or serious fracture, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tylers Solicitors today. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts can help you to get the fracture injury compensation you need to move on with your life.|
|Up to £77,000|
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Choose Tylers Solicitors to Make a Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Claim?
Tylers Solicitors is one of the UK’s leading personal injury solicitors. Over the years, we have helped people from all walks of life to get the compensation they need to move on with their lives. Our dedicated team have many years’ experience when it comes to bodily injury and road traffic accident compensation claims. If you’re looking for trusted personal injury legal services in the UK, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team today.
Is Tylers a No-Win, No-Fee Solicitors for Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Claims?
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete no-win, no-fee service to suit your needs. Thanks to our no-win, no-fee service, you can begin your road traffic compensation claim as early as possible. All our legal costs will be recovered from the final settlement, meaning you don’t need to worry about paying our team. Our no-win, no-fee legal experts will do everything we can to help you get the compensation you need to move on with your life.
How Long Do I Have to Claim Following a Zebra Crossing Injury?
As with any kind of road traffic accident or personal injury, you have up to three years to make a compensation claim. So long as you begin your legal claim within this three-year period, you should still be entitled to compensation, no matter how long the legal case lasts. For more information, or to understand whether you’re able to claim no-win, no-fee compensation, get in touch today!
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Tylers Accepts Nationwide Zebra Crossing Injury Compensation Claims
Here at Tylers Solicitors, we can provide a complete range of no-win, no-fee legal services to suit your needs. If you’ve suffered a zebra crossing injury that wasn’t your fault, we are here for you. At Tylers Solicitors, we can help you to get the compensation you need to move on with your life.
For more information, or to start your no-win, no-fee road traffic accident compensation claim today, call Tylers Solicitors directly. You can reach our experienced team directly by calling us on 0800 699 0079. If you prefer, you can also use our simple online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.