Car Accidents

At Birchall Blackburn Law we have a dedicated team of experts who can pursue your claim for compensation following a car accident. We have handled claims for clients up and down the country for over 30 years recovering millions of pounds in vehicle accident compensation.

All road traffic accidents are now notified to insurers via a secure web portal. Our team of claims handlers has access to bespoke case management systems that allows us to pursue claims on behalf of our clients quickly and efficiently.

In cases of more serious injury, our team of senior solicitors will be on hand to ensure all of your immediate needs are catered for. You might need money quickly to pay the bills if you are no longer working. You might need urgent medical assessments and would benefit from a plan of rehabilitative treatment being put in place. You may need adaptations to your home, long term treatment plans as well as a future financial package to ensure you are adequately provided for in the future.

Why go to Birchall Blackburn Law?

At Birchall Blackburn Law our team of solicitors can deal with all of that and talk you through the process in a friendly and approachable manner.

In all cases we aim to have notified the insurer of the person who crashed into you within a matter of hours of speaking to you. We pride ourselves in responding quicker than any insurer appointed representatives.

If your car is out of action we can organise a replacement vehicle for you whilst yours is being repaired. At Birchall Blackburn Law we understand that people who have been involved in accidents on the road want to get on with their lives as quickly as possible. We can organise repairs to your car and will then recover that cost as part of your compensation claim.

Your own insurer may attempt to appoint a firm of solicitors to act for you or, worse still, you may be contacted by a law firm that says your insurer has instructed them to act for you.

Do not be fooled or bullied into using legal advisers you do not want to use.

Only you, and you alone, can appoint your solicitor and your insurer cannot insist on who you instruct. Be wary if an insurer wants you to use a certain law firm because it may own the firm in question and benefit financially as a result.