Road Traffic Accidents

Clearly to avoid losing out on injury compensation for injuries and harm you have suffered after a road traffic accident you need to have a Road Traffic or Car accident lawyer on your side so contact us now for a free consultation to discuss your rights without obligation on 087 550 2839 you will be in good hands with us.We Only Get Paid If You Do

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“According to the World Health Organisation, South Africa has an estimated 25.1 road deaths per 100,000 of the population.  This means that, as you read this in South Africa, you have one of the highest chances out of the motorists in all the countries of the world of being involved in a car accident”

With that alarming statistic in mind it is advisable prepare in advance in case it happens to you. The most important thing is to decide in advance which lawyer will represent you should you be injured in a road traffic accident. If you are reading this about Road Traffic Accidents have been injured in an accident then give us a call to us in Cape Town your Road accident attorneys on 087 550 2839 without obligation to discuss your situation.

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As we know all too well road traffic accidents can happen anytime, anywhere and to anyone. If you are in a car crash, it may not be your fault; that is, the incident may have been caused by other reckless drivers, dangerous road conditions, design defects or other circumstantial events, even though you maybe a responsible driver you sometimes cannot avoid the situation in front of you.

Here is what to do at the scene of the road Traffic accident

  • Do not under any circumstances leave the scene of the Road Traffic accident. Even if you think you were partially to blame leaving will undoubtedly cause you more problems. The law says that you stop if not already stopped, switch on your hazard warning lights to warn other drivers, and to step out of your car, if you are fit enough to do so and also when it is safe to do so.
  • Check your own health first and then that of any passengers in your own car and those in the other vehicles involved. If necessary call an ambulance.
  • Notify the police. If there have been any fatalities, serious injuries or significant damage to property, you need to call the police. Please remember the Police station called and the name of the policeman that took your details. You must provide your vehicle registration number, your name and address to anyone who has the authority to ask for them. If the police do not come to the scene of the accident, you are required to file a police report at the nearest police station within 24 hours.
  • Photograph or video the scene. Nearly every mobile phone has a good camera so use it to record the accident scene.
  • Exchange details with those who are there. Important details you should be exchanged at the scene of the Road Traffic accident. These details should include the names, contact numbers, licence plate numbers, drivers’ licence numbers and insurance information of every driver involved. Also, collect all information of the passengers and witnesses involved in the accident.
  • Notify your car insurance company of the road Traffic accident details.

Call your Road Traffic Accident lawyer and make an appointment to discuss any injury claims for compensation with the Road Traffic Fund, and No Win No Fee contingency agreements etc.

Your choice of our firm as you your Road Traffic Accident attorney will be your first step on your road to recovery. Do not hesitate and call us now on 087 550 2839.

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