Claim Personal Injury Compensation for Taxi accident
As a passenger in a taxi, you have the right to claim personal injury compensation if the taxi is involved in a collision.
The Taxi driver should have adequate insurance cover to deal with any claims you or your fellow passengers need to make - if it is their fault.
If another driver was at-fault, your appointed solicitor will pursue your claim from their insurer instead.
Is it a complicated process?
Our personal injury assistance is made as easy as possible for you. The solicitors we work with take care of all the paperwork and can provide help by visiting your home for any documents that need your specific attention.
Most personal injury claims are settled ‘out-of-court’ based on previous court decisions on similar cases, with the settlement amounts agreed between yourself, your appointed solicitor and the solicitors of the at-fault driver’s insurers.
How much compensation do I get?
The amount you receive in your settlement will depend on your particular situation and your injury.
Your appointed solicitor will consider all the following points and determine a figure that is appropriate for you.
The type of injury you have and its severity
The stress and discomfort you suffered in the accident
How your income is affected if you are unable to work for a period of time
Costs of medical treatments you may need to help the recovery process
The cost of any specialised appliances, mobility aids or equipment
The cost of any modifications to your home or personal care costs
Injury claim settlements can range from several hundred to several thousand pounds in compensation depending on your situation.
Call us today on 02392 484 244 and we will ensure that you get the best possible settlement for your injury.
Any policyholder can use this service, and it is your legal right to choose who repairs your vehicle. All assistance offered and information given on this page is provided by Car Call UK and its partners , no association or affiliation to any particular insurer is intended in any way, and your statutory rights are unaffected.