Suffering from a whiplash injury and need some claims advice?
If someone else has caused your whiplash injury, you could be feeling angry towards them, and speaking to accident solicitors in Oadby and Wigston about making whiplash claims against them, could help to make you feel a little better. The latest medical advice for a whiplash injury is the more active you are, the quicker your whiplash injury will heal.
The affects of a whiplash injury
Like any injury, each victim will be affected by whiplash in a different way. It is not just the severity of the injury that matters, but also the victim’s attitude towards it. For some victims it will be no more than an inconvenience, where others will see it as a disaster.
It will cause more problems for some sufferers because of their personal circumstances. For instance, the parent of young children could well find their life is more affected than that of someone with no responsibilities. This is why a injury is more disastrous for some victims than others, and will be taken into consideration when you are making your whiplash claims with Accident Advice Helpline.
Making whiplash claims with expert accident solicitors in Oadby and Wigston at Accident Advice Helpline
When you are making whiplash claims there are many things that have to be accounted for. At Accident Advice Helpline we make sure that the way your life has been affected, your prospects of a full recovery and any costs and losses incurred because of the accident are all part of the claim.
We not only ensure that you are awarded everything you are entitled to, we make the process as simple and stress free as possible. As part of this, we use the no win no fee agreement so that you need not concern yourself with the finances of your claim.
No win no fee means that we will not ask you for any money to start the claim, and we will not ask you for any legal fees if the claim is lost. Apart from helping reduce the stress attached to claiming, no win no fee is also a leveller that allows any innocent victim the access to justice they deserve after they have been injured through the fault of someone else.
If you would like to know more about the high quality service we provide, call our freephone helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, where our friendly advisors will be pleased to assist you all they can.