The UK Government has launched a pedestrian road safety review to ensure pedestrian accident claims are reduced by 50%. It is proposed that the review will look into safer pavements for pedestrians and how pedestrian crossing facilities can be improved.
Improved pedestrian crossings would not only reduce pedestrian accidents but also help to make road users more aware of pedestrians which would result in safer roads and possibly fewer pedestrian accident claims.
What to do if you have been affected by a pedestrian accident.
If you or somebody you know has been injured as a pedestrian, do not delay in making an injury claim against those deemed responsible for your injuries.
The time limit for bringing a pedestrian accident claim is normally three years from the date of the accident. But you should get advice as soon as possible, because the longer you delay making a pedestrian accident claim the more difficult it becomes.
The pedestrian accident claims process can be made much quicker and easier with the help of a pedestrian accident claim specialist.
The specialist team here at Mulderrigs will deal with your pedestrian accident claim and help you to get the compensation you deserve.
Contact us today on 0800 0523 693 to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.