As more and more people turn to domestic holidays the sight of caravans on our roads are common place. Caravans often cause driver impatience and driver frustration, which can lead to dangerous overtaking manoeuvres on roads, which may result in an accident.
Below are just some examples of how Graham Coffey & Co has recovered compensation for victims of careless caravan towing and caravan driving.
- Jack-knifed caravans
- Changing lanes without checking on A roads and Motorways
- Swerving in high winds and at high speeds or towing downhill
- Overloaded Caravans
- Driving on restricted access roads
- Poorly maintained caravan
- Poorly installed tow bar
The very nature of these collisions often result in disputes and this is why Graham Coffey & Co's Caravan Collision solicitors can provide invaluable assistance to settle your injury claim.
With over 200 years combined litigation experience our specialist practitioners are trained to assess the accident circumstances at the outset. During our free initial consultation we will ensure that we have an accurate account of exactly how the accident occurred and provide expert legal advice on how best to proceed.
Accident claims against caravan drivers causing injury in Bolton and surrounding areas
Drivers who tow caravans owe other road users a duty of care and this includes making sure they tow the caravan safely and with full appreciation for other road users. This not only means making sure they have good lines of visibility around the caravan but also ensuring that they don't tow a caravan at excessive speed or in conditions that make it difficult to control.
As specialist injury solicitors we will not only make sure you have the best chance of winning your claim but we will also ensure you achieve the right amount of compensation.
Accidents involving Caravans can often involve serious collisions with multiple vehicles especially when the caravan spans a number of lanes of traffic.
As specialist Road Traffic solicitors we are well equipped to handle claims of all values from the most minor injuries to the serious injuries that can destroy lives.