Injuries caused by Byfleet road traffic accidents are mostly not serious, but they can still leave you in pain for several weeks. If someone else caused your accident, speak to Accident Advice Helpline and find out if you can make a claim for compensation.
Vehicles these days are built with more and more safety features designed to protect us. The injuries you sustain in a road accident will largely depend on the speed or angle that you were hit. Most injuries are not serious, but there are accidents which can cause life changing injuries.
- The most common injury caused by Byfleet road traffic accidents is whiplash. This causes pain and stiffness across the neck and shoulders, and usually heals in a few weeks.
- Broken bones can be caused by a sharp impact. You will need to spend a few weeks in a cast, and then spend time making sure the muscles can support the bone again.
- Concussion or head injuries can occur if you bang our head. You will need to make sure any head injury is properly assessed in case of serious problems.
- Some accidents can cause internal injuries, which may require hospitalisation. Recovery rime for these can vary quite considerably.
- More serious accidents can leave you paralysed, or maybe with loss of limb. These will change your life permanently.
Accident Advice Helpline have the experience you need
Yes, we have lots of experience in personal injury claims. It goes back to 2000, when we started making no win, no fee claims, and in that time that is all we have done. We have managed to claim millions of pounds in compensation so far, and we have picked up a lot of knowledge about personal injury claims.
Our friendly advisors can assess your claim and start it over the phone, while at the same time giving you lots of advice. Our solicitors can then get started to make sure you receive the best compensation you can.
Information you need to know about claims due to Byfleet road traffic accidents
To be able to claim your accident must have happened in the last three years and someone else must be responsible for causing it. You will also need to prove that your injuries were treated by a medical practitioner, so make sure you do this even if you feel that you don’t need to. You may not always be aware of injuries that you have.
So call us now to give your claim the best start. Our advisors are here and it’s free to call us on 0800 689 0500, or call on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 18th August 2014
Author: David Brown