A car accident is essentially a road traffic collision involving a mechanically propelled vehicle on a road or other public area. When such an accident occurs and causes injury or damage to somebody, then a person who has been injured may have a claim for compensation arising from the “car accident”.
As a result, car accidents include incidents involving not just cars but also trucks, motorbikes, bicycles, scooters, and of course pedestrians.
Many states have systems that entitle people injured as a result of car accidents to compensation in circumstances in which they are not at fault for the incident. For instance, a passenger in an at fault vehicle may claim compensation against the compulsory third party insurer of the vehicle that caused the incident.
Each year, the owners of mechanically powered motor vehicles pay registration to cover injuries caused through the negligence of the operator of that vehicle. If you have been injured as a result of a car accident, then it is well worthwhile I seeking advice as to the amount of compensation to which you might be entitled.
Over the years you have probably paid more than $300 per year towards compulsory third party registration of any vehicle you own so there is no reason for you not to claim in circumstances in which you have been injured.
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