Havant is in Hampshire, and is home to around 45,000 people. While it is not generally referred to as a market town, there is a market in the high street every day. This can attract lots of visitors, not to mention many locals. Havant road traffic accidents are uncommon, thanks to good road signs and responsible road users. However, road accidents can potentially happen in all weathers and at every time of the year in some cases.
If you have been hurt in a road accident – as a driver or a passenger or perhaps even while walking down the street – you will know it can be quite a shock. It can also have a knock-on effect in so many ways. There could be things you can’t do, at least temporarily, as you heal from whatever injuries you sustained.
Coming to terms with what happened
Having a road accident can make you feel extremely vulnerable, at least to begin with. You may even feel nervous getting back in a car again, or getting out and about if you were a pedestrian at the time the accident happened.
There is the physical challenge of overcoming injuries as well. You may feel in pain to begin with, even if your injuries were fairly minor. Whiplash, cuts and bruises and soft tissue injuries can all quite easily arise even in minor accidents. More serious ones may also incur broken bones and possibly even head and spinal injuries for some.
Calculating the chances of a claim
Accident Advice Helpline has spoken to thousands of people who found themselves coping with injuries following a car accident. In many cases, we have been able to win compensation for them with the assistance of one of our personal injury lawyers.Open Claim Calculator
If you’d rather not look locally for a lawyer following Havant road traffic accidents, why not take the easier route to contacting us instead? One swift call – free of charge – to 0800 689 0500 could be all it takes to get the ball rolling so you can see whether you could be due some compensation. If you are, your case could be concluded in a timely fashion with our help. There’ll be no solicitors’ fees to pay if your case doesn’t succeed either, so do make sure you have a chance to seek help if you have had an accident in the recent past – within the last three years.