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53 Year Old Dies in Fatal Accident in Liverpool

53 Year Old Dies in Fatal Accident in Liverpool

Tragically there has been another local fatal car accident in Liverpool. The accident details are reported in the Local Liverpool Echo.

Our deepest condolences are to the family of those affected at this most difficult time.

The Liverpool Echo reports:

“Emergency services were called at around 2.15am to reports a black Mercedes car had been in collision with a stationary HGV on Moorgate Road.

“The 53-year-old male driver of the car was taken to hospital but later died from his injuries.

“Next of kin have been informed and formal identification has taken place.”

If you have any information about this indcident you can contact the Matrix Roads Policing on 0151 777 5747 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Fatal Road Accidents

The most common fatal accident claims comes from those who have been involved in a road accident.  The legal issues can be complex in the form of liability (negligence) that is who is at fault for the accident and what damages (compensation) that can be claimed?

For expert help or just an enquiry on what to do following a fatal accident, no matter how small the enquiry please contact us.

Fatal Car Accident Liverpool Solicitors

In the heart of Liverpool a niche firm of solicitors are here to help families who have suffered a tragic loss the death of a loved one in a fatal car accident.

Below is a picture of our reception area at our Liverpool office.

Fatal Car Accidents Liverpool Solicitors
Fatal Car Accidents Liverpool Solicitors

We are the only firm of solicitors who have one single dedicated website for fatal accident claims.

Where Are We Based?

To get the expert advice you need, by local solicitors (who also because of our experience and reputation we offer a nation-wide service) you don’t need to instruct solicitors in London or Manchester.

We are based in leafy Mossley Hill, close to Penny Lane, Allerton in South Liverpool, Merseyside.  We are at the heart of the City that keeps it fighting spirt and will stand up to represent those who need help the most.

We possess enough wealth and experience to handle every single tragic case.  We are a firm that prides ourselves in providing a personal, approachable service to all our clients. This is more important than ever when serving families who have had to suffer a bereavement due to the fault of another road user.

Fatal Car Accidents in Liverpool

For more information and help please contact the fatal accident claim solicitors in Liverpool who will help you every step of the way.

No matter how small or indeed big you think the query is, we can often provide the right solutions and pathway to help you and your family with all the legal issues necessary.




Fatal Accidents Claims and Mobile Phone Usage

It is reported that there are 10,000 motorists have been caught twice for being distracted whilst driving a motor vehicle on UK Roads over the last 4 years.

Many such incidents go without tragic results such as:

  • quick look at who text
  • texting
  • making a call
  • receiving a call
  • checking emails
  • sending emails
  • playing music
  • the list is now endless with smart phones.

However using mobiles phones behind the wheel are distracting to the extent they are akin to a drink driving charge.  Of almost 240,000 motorists that have been caught since 2012, only 284 have received a ban.

Fatal road accident claims

Put Your Mobile Phone Away In Your Car

To prevent you being distracted but your mobile phone away so that you cannot get access to it such as your glove box.  One tragic loss of concentration can result in a fatal road traffic accident.  You could kill somebody.  It is not worth it.

Police Will Check Your Phone

As is routine in any serious accidents the police will check your mobile phone records to see if you were using your phone immediately prior to a any accident including a fatal accident claim.  If there is not a great deal of evidence as to the cause of the accident, if you were using your mobile phone it may be suggestive that you will be at fault and you could be charged with causing death by dangerous driving or causing death by careless driving the former can lead to a prison sentence of up to 14 years.

The fact that your own life could be spent behind bars for a long time, you also have the guilt of having to live with yourself for killing someone on the road.  Just to check your texts or emails.  It is not worth it.