Hurt in a car accident in Plymouth?
If you ever hurt in car accident in Plymouth, and it was not your fault then you should call Accident Advice Helpline, so they can help you with making a personal injury compensation claim.
Whiplash injuries can sometimes be poke fun at; some people think that it is not a ‘real’ injury, but if you have ever had whiplash, then you will understand just how real and painful it is.
It can be extremely painful and even disabling – an injury that most people will recover from in ‘just’ a few weeks. It can leave back and neck muscles weak and can cause other chronic pain disorders that can leave accident victims in agony for the rest of their natural lives.
What causes whiplash?
Basically, whiplash is caused by the sudden ‘snap’ of the head either forwards, backwards or sideways, out of its regular range of movement. This can then lead to damaged ligaments and tendons in the neck, creating a lot of pain for which the only thing you can do is rest up and take painkillers.
The vast majority of accident cases involving whiplash, the injury happens because you have been involved in a rear end shunt in a car, but it can also happen in any other way that creates the sudden jolting of the head; such as – your head being knocked by a heavy object, falling down and banging your head, falling of a bike or a horse… Whiplash did not suddenly appear on the scene at the same time as cars.
However your injury occurred, if the accident was not your fault you should be asking an injury solicitor to get started with a compensation claim for your car accident in Plymouth.
Making your injury claim at Accident Advice Helpline
Since Accident Advice Helpline was first established in the year 2000, we have helped many thousands of accident victims get the compensation to which they deserved and have built ourselves a reputation for providing a high quality service that gives complete customer satisfaction.
Our in house solicitors handle road traffic accident cases every day, they have the specialist knowledge and experience you need to make sure that your claim reaches its full potential.
You can ring our free to call number at the top of the screen. Our friendly advisors will give all the detail that you need about making a compensation claim before letting you decide if you wish to continue.
Date Published: 11th July 2014
Author: David Brown