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Thousands of people are injured or killed every year in car accidents, and car accident figures have reached such numbers that they are thought to become the main cause of preventable death over the next fifteen years. Road accidents are the most popular cause of personal injury claims, and whether you were the driver or passenger in a car accident, or even if you are a pedestrian involved in a car accident, you could be entitled to compensation for pain, suffering and injury caused by a road traffic accident that was not your fault.

Some of the claims that you may be able to make include:

Claims against an uninsured driver
Claims for serious injuries
Claims for medical expenses caused by a car accident
Claims for loss of income
Claims for defective vehicles
Claims for pedestrians involved in car accidents

When you seek legal assistance in order to claim compensation following a car accident that was not your fault, you may have to provide medical evidence. In some states you can make a claim if you fall under one of the following:

A loved one is killed
You suffer a fractured bone or multiple fractures
You suffer a permanent disfigurement
You suffer the loss of a sense/senses
You suffer the loss of a limb
You suffer debilitating injuries such as spinal or brain injury

It is important to seek assistance and advice from a qualified and experienced car accident lawyer as soon as possible following the incident. You may be limited for time when it comes to claiming compensation depending on which state you are in, so it is important to seek advice as soon as possible. For more information on how to obtain Medical Financial Aid and Car Accident  financial aid help, please fill out the form to the right or contact us at 1-800-913-6370.

WHO: Car accidents leading cause of death for 10 to 24 age group
The Associated Press
Published: April 19, 2007

GENEVA: Car crashes are the leading cause of death worldwide for those aged between 10 and 24, the U.N. health agency said Thursday, adding that most fatalities are occurring in developing countries with poor road safety conditions.

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