Personal injury accidents include for examples; road traffic
accidents, work accidents, slipping in public places, trips or
falls and faulty goods accidents.
Do you know what's covered?
Road Traffic Accidents in Italy generally involve car accidents,
third party fire and theft (which are covered in comprehensive car
insurance), drivers, passengers, cyclists, pedestrians, and
accidents involving animals. Drivers are also able to make personal
injury compensation claims in this type of accident if someone else
was to blame for the accident. Passengers can file this type of
claim for damages they have suffered due to injuries as well.
Generally, these claims are results of someone else's
negligence. If cyclists are involved in an accident where they are
hit by a third-party, they are also able to file this type of claim
if they suffer injuries.
Road traffic accidents can have devastating consequences,
physical and financial, with Giambrone on your side you can be
confident of getting the best possible outcome.
We don't believe you should have to suffer from other
people's mistakes or carelessness.
We're fully trained and experienced in the realm of road
traffic accidents and know just what it takes to get the road
accident compensation that you're looking for. Giambrone can
take on any valid road traffic accident claim in Italy to get the
most suitable result.
Our Italian personal injury lawyers operate on a no win
no fee basis so you get to keep 100% of any road accident
compensation you're awarded, and with our level of expertise
you stand a great chance of seeing your road traffic accident
claims come to fruition.
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