Solicitors Helping Hit-And-Run Accident Victims

Was your car hit, and then the other motorist drove off without stopping to exchange information or determine whether you were ok? This is known as a "hit-and-run" accident, and unfortunately, it can happen to anyone. Those who do not share in the responsibility of an accident may be difficult to hold to account on your own; with qualified assistance from a skilled lawyer, however, you may stand a chance to recoup compensation for your injuries and property damage.

Bakers Solicitors is recognised as one of the country's leading firms of solicitors involved in pursuing claims on behalf of hit-and-run accident victims. The procedure in this type of claim differs from other accident claims. There is often an extra level of investigation required to establish the facts of the case. This means it helps your case enormously if it is handled by a lawyer who is familiar with how to pursue such a claim.

Expertise In Pursuing Compensation Following An Accident Caused By An Untraced Driver

Even when there are no photos of the vehicle or driver, our solicitors have the experience and know-how to effectively pursue these cases. Using well-established research and investigative tools, we try to confirm the identity of those involved and gather all the required evidence, including police reports and independent medical reports on your injuries.

It should be noted that making a claim following a hit-and-run accident may take time, sometimes several years. For this reason, we are happy to provide a free consultation and will handle your claim for compensation with the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) on a no-win, no-fee basis.

For additional information please visit: How to make a claim when you have had a road traffic accident

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For expert legal guidance on these unique cases, contact us online or by phone on 01252 744600. Our specialist team of lawyers serves clients injured in road traffic accidents in Farnborough, Farnham, Aldershot, Aldershot and the surrounding areas.