Teeth injuries are a common consequence of accidents involving trauma to the head or face. Teeth injuries can be deeply distressing because they have several different aspects. The loss of teeth can be extremely painful, can cause difficulties eating (and potentially associated weight loss) and can also have a significant impact on your appearance. All of these aspects must be addressed when making a teeth injury compensation claim.
Road traffic accidents are distressingly common and, because they spend so much time on the road, taxis and minicabs are more likely to be involved in these kinds of accidents. The overwhelming majority of car accidents, whether involving taxis, minicabs or simply everyday commuters, are minor no injuries sustained. In other cases, however, it is possible to suffer a wide range of injuries and impairments following any form of road traffic accident.
Taxis are a common way of getting around especially in Big cities across UK. A taxi ride is something we don’t really think about in terms of safety and the possibility of an accident. Most of us will get to our destinations safely using taxis but some of us are not so lucky. In the event that you are involved in an accident when your a passenger in a taxi or get into a car accident with a taxi, you might be eligible for a Taxi Accident Claim.
Insurance companies have a strong interest in offering the smallest possible payments they can to compensate you for injuries you have sustained in a taxi accident that wasn't your fault. They will often offer amounts far below that which you are entitled to.