Road traffic accident in Rochford
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident or collision you will already be aware of the great possibility there is for being injured in such an accident.
Due to the speeds at which vehicles may be travelling at the time of impact, the potential for serious injury can be great.
If you have had an accident in Rochford and have been injured as a result, then Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you make a claim for compensation for the injuries, pain and suffering that you have had to endure as a result.
Types of injuries
The most common types of injuries people report following an accident in Rochford include whiplash and broken bones.
For many whiplash may appear to be the lesser of the two evils; however, if you have had a whiplash injury as a result of an accident in Rochford you will already know precisely how painful an experience it can be. Whiplash may be the most common form of injury however this does not mean it is not potentially serious.
Severe whiplash can cause intense pain, and as there is no actual cause other than the old cliché of time being a great healer, victims can feel exceptionally powerless. The only thing many people can rely on after an accident in Rochford is the strength of painkillers to help make them get through the day. Often symptoms do resolve themselves, however, in some cases this can take some time. This may result in taking extended periods away from work either paid at a lower than usual wage rate, or at no pay at all. Either way this may have a significant impact on your income and make it difficult to pay bills, including rent and school dinner fees for your children.
In turn worries over finances can produce other emotional and psychological affects, and it is often for these very reasons that many people decide to investigate whether or not they can make a claim for compensation.
Could you claim?
One of the simplest and by far quickest ways to determine whether or not you might be able to seek compensation or your accident in Rochford and the injuries you have suffered is by contacting Accident Advice Helpline directly.
You can either give us a call and speak to a member of our team on our free phone helpline number or take our 30 second test.
If you decide to call us then a member of our team will be available to discuss your case with you in as much detail as you desire 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They will be able to provide you with tailored, free, no obligation advice and help you decide how best to proceed.
If you take our 30 second test then we can tell you if you are entitled to make a claim, and how much that claim could be worth to you based on your injuries.
Date Published: 1st June 2014
Author: David Brown