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No Win No Fee Roundabout Accident Claims. 

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- Pay nothing if you lose. 
When you work with MG Legal's Road Traffic Accident solicitors, you get:  
Free, no-obligation consultation with a specialist solicitor 
The maximum financial compensation in your Roundabout Accident claim 
A designated solicitor with up to 30 years of experience 

Suffered a personal injury in the last 3 years?  Call 01772 783314 Or, fill in your details and our Road Traffic Accident solicitors will contact you within one working hour. 

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£354,260 
*Up to 
£151,070 
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£18,020 
*Up to 
£85,600 

What is a roundabout accident claim? 

Roundabout accidents are well known for being one of the most common types of road traffic accidents that happen on UK roads. Roundabouts work in a particular way, requiring each road user to properly stick to the rules of the Highway Code. When this does not happen, and drivers fail to give way in the correct way on the roundabout, then roundabout accidents can easily happen, and people can, and often do, become injured. 
 
When this happens, and you are injured in a roundabout accident that is not your fault, then our no win no fee solicitors are here to help you make a roundabout accident claim for compensation on a no win no fee basis. Simply contact our roundabout accident solicitors online here and speak to a solicitor within one working hour. 

Am I eligible to make a roundabout accident claim? 

When you are making a roundabout accident claim, just like with any other type of road traffic accident claim, your no win no fee roundabout accident solicitor will be working with you in order to establish two important things, so that we can help you with your roundabout accident claim for injury compensation: 
 
that your roundabout injury was caused by the negligence of somebody else 
 
that this act of negligence directly lead to you suffering a personal injury 
 
When you speak to our no win no fee road traffic accident solicitors for your free no-obligation consultation, we will discuss with you right away how strong your roundabout accident claim may be, and will accept your roundabout accident claim on a NO WIN NO FEE basis if you have a valid claim. Simply contact our team online here, or by email at injury@mglegal.co.uk and speak to a no win no fee solicitor within one working hour. 

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MG Legal's leading road traffic accident solicitors accept all of our road traffic accident claims on a "No Win, No Fee" basis, and have a success rate of over 99%. 
 
Our team put your first, and work with care to achieve your financial compensation. Call us today on a free, no-obligation basis at: 01772 783314 
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How to make a no win no fee roundabout accident claim? 

If you are looking to make a roundabout accident claim for any injuries that you have suffered in a roundabout accident, then your first step is to get in touch with a specialist roundabout accident solicitor today on a free no obligation basis. 
 
Here at MG Legal, our team of roundabout accident solicitors have over 30 years’ experience, and are experts in all aspects of road traffic accident claims, including roundabout accident claims.  
 
Our expert solicitors are here to help you today, and we accept all of our roundabout accident claims on a no win no fee basis, allowing you to make a claim at no financial risk with our team. Simply get in touch with our roundabout accident solicitors today, here, for a free, no-obligation discussion of your potential roundabout accident claim

Common roundabout accident claims: 

With considerable room for human error on roundabouts, and every road user relying on one another to stick to the rules of the roundabout in order to prevent accidents from taking place, it is unsurprising that there are a number of common roundabout accidents that can lead to roundabout accident claims with our no win no fee solicitors. Some of the most common roundabout accident claims, are: 
 
A cyclist being injured on a roundabout because another driver wasn’t paying attention and fails to give way to the cyclist 
 
Where another vehicle cuts across lanes while navigating the roundabout and causes a collision 
 
A motorcyclist, scooter or moped rider being injured from being hit from behind while waiting to join the roundabout 
 
Vehicles pulling onto the roundabout prematurely causing a collision and injuries 
 
A vehicle fails to slow down prior to joining the roundabout 
 
If you have been injured in a roundabout accident mentioned above, or in any other way while using a roundabout that was not your fault, then our no win no fee roundabout accident solicitors are here to help you to claim the compensation you deserve in a roundabout accident claim
 
To speak to a solicitor today, on a free no-obligation basis, then contact our team online here and speak to a solicitor within one working hour about your potential roundabout accident claim

Time limits for making a roundabout accident claim: 

If you been injured in a roundabout accident, subject to the Limitation Act 1980, you have 3 years from the date of the accident within which to pursue a roundabout accident claim. This is the typical time limit for roundabout accident claims. However, there are exceptions to this limitation period for specific claims. 
 
Roundabout accident claims made on behalf of minors, meaning children under the age of 18, can be made at any point until they reach the age of 18. From the date of their 18th birthday, the injured child then has 3 years within which to pursue a roundabout accident claim. Time limits may also differ if you are acting on behalf of someone with limited mental capacity, or if you are acting as guardian or subject to a lasting power of attorney. 
 
If you have any questions or queries about the time limits governing your specific roundabout accident claim, then do not hesitate to contact one of MG Legal’s personal injury experts, here, to speak to a no win no fee solicitor within one working hour, on a free no-obligation basis. 

How much is my roundabout accident claim worth? 

When you make a roundabout accident claim for compensation, as with any other injury claim, your financial compensation will be broken down into two parts, known as general damages and special damages. Special damages for all roundabout accident claims are calculated on a purely individual basis, and are in place to cover any costs or out-of-pocket expenses that you have spent because of your roundabout accident and related injuries. 
 
Instead, general damages compensation covers the pain and suffering of the injuries themselves, and will vary and be calculated based on the types of injuries that you have sustained, and the severity of the injuries. 
 
Our roundabout accident solicitors have created the below table, which clearly sets out the amount of compensation available in general damages alone for some common roundabout accident claim injuries, without taking your specific special damages into consideration. 
Injury: 
Expected financial compensation:  
Back injuries- severe. Damage to the spinal cord and nerve roots.  
£85,470 to £151,070 
Back injuries- moderate. For example, compression fracture of the lumbar vertebrae.  
£26,050 to £36,390 
Back injuries- minor. Less serious strains, sprains, soft tissue injuries.  
£7,410 to  
£11,730 
Wrist injuries- some permanent disability, pain, and stiffness.  
£11,820 to £22,990 
Wrist injuries- uncomplicated fracture. 
In the region of £6,970 
Leg injuries- severe. Injuries leading to permanent problems with mobility.  
£90,320 to £127,530 
Leg injuries- moderate. Multiple fracutres or severe crushing, usually to a single limb.  
£26,050 to £36,790 
Leg injuries- less serious. Simple fractures and soft tissue injuries.  
Up to £11,110 
Ankle injuries- severe. Plaster, pins, or plates used, and a severely limited ability to walk.  
£29,380 to £46,980 
Ankle injuries- moderate. Fractures and tears leading to difficulty walking or standign for prolonged periods of time. 
£12,900 to £24,950 
Our straight-forward no win no fee claims process: 
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MG Legal's specialist solicitors offer a free, no obligation consultation to all potential clients. 
Start your no win no fee claim 
 
We accept all claims on a no win no fee basis, and will begin building your claim the same day. 
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Your designated solicitor will be in regular contact, and keep you updated throughout the claims process. 
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Our team go above and beyond to achieve the maximum financial comepnsation for our clients. 

Cut off at a roundabout, can I make a claim? 

With multiple lanes and people entering and exiting roundabouts from different directions, there is always a risk of cars and other road users causing accidents by cutting other people off, and wrongly entering into a roundabout lane. Whether it is emerging onto a roundabout where there is not adequate time and space to do so, causing an accident, or cutting across a roundabout lane into another lane where there is not room to do so, there are a number of roundabout accident claims that can happen in this way. 
 
If you or your child have been injured in a roundabout accident due to being cut off at a roundabout, and incorrect lane maneuvering, then you could be eligible to make a no win no fee roundabout accident claim today with our specialist personal injury solicitors. Simply contact us online here and speak to a no win no fee personal injury solicitor within one working hour for a free, no-obligation consultation. 

Split liability roundabout accident claims: 

When many of us first think of a road traffic accident, our mind jumps to a serious accident caused by large and obvious acts of negligence or mistakes from another road user, where it is clear to see who was to blame. However, this is not always the case, and if you have ever been involved in a road traffic accident you will know that it is often a bone of contention as to who is to blame for the accident, and this is especially true for roundabout accidents with so many moving vehicles entering a roundabout at one time. 
 
While it might not be clear cut that the other party was to blame in your roundabout accident, our road traffic accident solicitors can safely say that many of our clients have worked with us to obtain significant amounts of financial compensation for roundabout accidents in which they were partly to blame. These types of roundabout accident claims are done through a process known as ‘split liability’, and the process allows our clients to obtain the financial compensation that they deserve for their injuries, while still admitting to some partial liability, or blame for the roundabout accident. To learn more about split liability claims, how they work, and how our specialist road traffic accident solicitors navigate through them, see this here. 

Roundabout accident claim for an injured child: 

If your child has been injured in a roundabout accident, then you will be eligible to make a roundabout accident claim for financial compensation on their behalf, through a process known as litigation friend. The majority of personal injury claims must be made within three years of the date at which the roundabout accident occurred, subject to the 1980 Limitation Act
 
However, these rules do not work in the same way when making a roundabout accident claim on behalf of your child. You will have until the child’s 18th birthday to make a roundabout accident claim for your child, at which point there is still the option for the child to pursue the personal injury claim on their own behalf. They will then have up to three years from the date of their 18th birthday to make a roundabout accident claim themselves for the injuries that they suffered. For more information on child injury claims, see this here. 

Highway Code roundabout rules: 

All of the rules on UK rides are governed by, and outlined in, the Highway Code. The Highway Code is regularly updated, as the controversial new rules for 2022 regarding the new road user hierarchy has shown us, so it is important to always familiarise yourself with the most recent rules of the road. 
 
In terms of roundabouts, the Highway Code offers the following rules when turning right: When turning right on a roundabout, you should initially signal to the right and make your approach to the roundabout from the right-hand lane. You should stay to the right on the roundabout, and keep your indicator on, until such time as you need to switch to the left lane to leave the roundabout. Once you have passed the exit prior to yours, you should indicate to the left to let other road users know that you plan to exit to the left at the upcoming exit. 
 
When turning left or going straight on at a roundabout: For the majority of roundabouts, the left-hand lane can be used for going straight on or turning left. However, for some roundabouts, there may be indications in the form of road signs and road markings that the left lane is only for those turning left, while with others, there may be indications that the left lane is only for those traveling straight on. This will depend on the number, and the layout, of the roundabout exits, which means that each roundabout should be handled on an individual basis, and road signs and marking assessed upon approach. 

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How much does it cost to make a roundabout accident claim? 

Here at MG Legal, our road traffic accident solicitors accept all roundabout accident claims on a no win no fee basis, allowing you to enter into the process and make a claim for compensation at no financial risk. There are no up-front fees or costs to begin working with our roundabout accident solicitors, and if you do not successfully win your roundabout accident claim and obtain financial compensation, then you will not owe us a penny. 
 
However, if we do successfully settle your roundabout accident claim and achieve financial compensation, which we do in over 99% of our claims, our solicitors’ success fee of 25% will simply be taken from the financial compensation that we achieve on your behalf.  To learn more about our no win no fee agreements in roundabout accident claims, see this here. Or contact us online here, and you can speak to a specialist solicitor within one working hour about your potential no win no fee claim, on a free no obligation basis. 
Make a no win no fee roundabout accident claim today: 
Here at MG Legal, our road traffic accident solicitors take a genuine interest in each and every one of our roundabout accident claims that we work on for our clients. Our confidence in our own ability is demonstrated by the fact that every road traffic accident claim, and roundabout accident claim, that we accept is done so on a no win no fee agreement, which allows you to make a roundabout traffic accident claim at no financial risk. 
 
Simply get in touch with our team online, here, or by email at injury@mglegal.co.uk for a free, no-obligation discussion about your roundabout accident claim
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