Road Traffic Accidents & Collisions

Revisiting the evidence, to find out what really happened

Road traffic accidents are not always black and white. You know that drivers will argue over blame. Witness accounts can vary. And traffic cameras won’t always shed light on the situation.

Worst case, an innocent client could be held liable for damages or injuries – leaving their insurer to pick up the tab. And in today’s climate of litigation frenzy…where every knock-on effect adds more to a compensation claim…your costs can quickly spiral out of control.

You know all too well, the outcomes hinge on the quality of your chosen investigator.

But in an unlicensed industry, where do you turn? Maybe you’ve been bitten before by someone who left vital stones unturned?

That’s why we’re here. Consider The ABI as your quality filter.

All our members are rigorously vetted, well trained and highly qualified. They all sign up to our own code of ethics, and they’re subject to an independently adjudicated disciplinary procedure. They’re a safe, reliable choice, whose standards and code of ethics are recognised by the other ABI (Association of British Insurers) as the minimum standard insurers should require of their panels of investigators.

Our specialist RTA investigators can:

  • Establish the truth with a reconstruction
  • Establish liability
  • Obtain evidence for court
  • Provide locus reports, with site plans and photographic evidence
  • Provide witness statements
  • Examine vehicles.

Areas of work include:

  • Accident Reconstruction
  • Accident Scene
  • Photographs
  • Locus Reports
  • Contrived Accident Investigations
  • Vehicle Examination

Find your specialist RTA investigator today in our Members Database.

There are many examples of private investigators dealing in people's personal information. It's therefore important in our view that we should make sure that all private investigators are registered so that there is robust regulation
Keith Vaz MP
Chair of the Parliamentary Home Affairs Select Committee (July 2013)