Brake’s National Road Victim Service is a specialist service for people affected by road death and serious injury and the professionals supporting them.
- Nationally accredited helpline providing emotional and practical support to people affected by road crashes
- Police engagement working in partnership with all UK police force areas
- Information and guidance including our nationally accredited bereavement packs and online resources
- Training events for professionals
Every 20 minutes, someone is killed or seriously injured on a British road. Each crash is a tragedy, each crash is preventable.
Help us achieve our goal of zero road deaths and injuries
Brake helpline for road crash victims
Brake has a Tribute webpage dedicated to the memory of those who have died in road crashes. If you have been bereaved or seriously injured in a road crash and would like to create a Tribute, please click the button below.
To visit the Brake Memorial Rose Garden, and read the Tributes, please click the button below:
For information about seeking legal support following a road crash, see Brake’s legal support web page.
You can read our support service standards, including for our helpline. You can also read comments about our work, and provide feedback. If you wish to make a complaint please read our complaints policy.