Sustaining a whiplash injury is not unusual, and when someone else was to blame for the injury, victims are entitled to make whiplash claims for compensation. Our accident lawyer in Plymouth is here to help you with this. Soft tissue injuries such as this happen very easily, sometimes because of:
- Road traffic accidents
- Falling from a cycle
- Tripling or slipping and landing awkwardly
- Something heavy hitting your head
- Faulty restraints on pleasure rides
- Heavy lifting not doe in the correct way
- Playing contact sports
Anything that causes a sudden jolt to your head can cause a whiplash injury, dancers, sportspeople and athletes being particularly prone to them.
The symptoms of whiplash injuries
Most people are aware of the pain and stiffness whiplash injuries causes, but for the first few days at least there are other symptoms that some sufferers experience, such as:
- Blurred vision and dizziness
- Trouble sleeping
- Depression and anxiety
- Pain in the lower back
- Pins and needles in the arms and hands which can turn to aches
- Nausea and sickness
It is not wonder that victims us our accident lawyers in Plymouth to make whiplash claims, as if they are one of the unlucky ones that suffers from these other symptoms, they would feel pretty low and ill.
Making whiplash claims with our accident lawyer in Plymouth
Making whiplash claims need not be as daunting a prospect as it may sound, not if you use Accident Advice Helpline to assist you. With over 14 years of making successful claims, we have been able to make the process simple, fast and efficient. This helps keep the claim stress free, as does our no win no fee agreement.
This stops victims having to find money to start their claim, and takes away the worry of how they will find the legal fees if their claim is not won – no win no fee takes care of it all.
On our website we have a compensation calculator we call our 30-second test. After answering four simple questions, it will let you know if you qualify for compensation, and give you an estimate of how much it could be. This can only ever be an estimate because there are too many things that can affect the final outcome of your claim.
Some victims find it easier to chat to someone, and for them we have a freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Our friendly and helpful advisors will give you information that is up to date and relates to your situation.
It does appear that the earlier a claim is made, the more chance of success it has. So don’t delay, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today.
Date Published: 27th November 2014
Author: David Brown