Edinburgh accident Injury


An Edinburgh accident injury can be really nasty and create untold stress for you.  A serious injury can mean that you are not able to deal with day-to-day tasks and the anxiety it causes can be disabling. If your injury was not your fault, Accident Advice Helpline could help you to make a compensation claim.

Personal injury

The trauma caused both physically to your nervous system and mentally can be catastrophic, resulting in memory failings, panic attacks and general anxiety.  Known as post-traumatic stress, the reactions can develop some time after the incident and probably the best person to identify the problem is your GP, who will know if you have had these symptoms before. This is typical of part of an Edinburgh accident injury and as such will form part of your personal injury compensation claim.

Sometimes people walk away from the scene seemingly unhurt, or with a few cuts and bruises.  Then, days later the post-traumatic stress kicks in, the unexplained headaches, the panic attacks and various other symptoms, quite often with no apparent cause.  Post-traumatic stress, just like physical injuries, can mean you having to lose time from work, or incurring extra out of pocket expenses that would not have had to be paid if the accident had not happened.

Claiming for an Edinburgh accident injury

So the list of items that form part of your compensation claim is growing and these are shown below together, with examples of other problems that may form part of your claim:

  • Physical injury
  • Post-traumatic stress and anxiety
  • Loss of earnings
  • Out of pocket expenses
  • Extra care costs

Here at Accident Advice Helpline we will ensure that you reclaim everything you can as part of your claim for an Edinburgh accident injury. Our friendly advisors can explain the claims process and make sure you know what you have to do.

We can start your claim over the phone and we even work on a no-win, no-fee* basis, so we won’t ask you for any payment upfront.

Call us at Accident Advice Helpline today

You should be aware that we can only make a claim for you if:

  • You were not responsible for causing your injury.
  • The accident you are claiming for happened in the last 3 years.
  • You were seen and treated by a doctor.

If these all apply, then why not give us a call? Our freephone number from a landline is 0800 689 0500 or you can call from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

Accident Advice Helpline have specialised in personal injury claims for over 15 years so your claim couldn’t be in better hands, so why not call us now?

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