If you have been injured in Dymchurch in an accident and it was not your own fault then you could be entitled to make an accident injury claim and seek cash compensation for your injuries and damages. To do this you will need a professional, knowledgeable and experienced injury solicitor. That’s where Accident Advice helpline can step in and save the day!
Accident Advice Helpline
Here at Accident Advice Helpline, we have experience in dealing with all different kinds of injury claims. Some types of injuries are less common and we will only deal with a handful of claims for them each year. While other injuries are very common and we handle claims for them almost every single working day. A common injury claim that we see is whiplash injury claims. Whiplash injuries are most commonly caused by car accidents.
Many people are injured in Dymchurch in road traffic accidents. Whiplash is a common injury, usually associated road traffic accidents, but there are several other causes; in fact it can be created by anything that causes a sudden stress or shock to the neck or higher back bones and muscles – anything that causes a sudden jolting of the head. When a car crashes, the impact is felt and spread throughout the vehicle, including the front seats, and it is that impact that causes your head to jolt and creates the whiplash injury. You could also get the effects of whiplash while playing a contact sport, maybe boxing, wrestling, rugby or by something solid or heavy hitting your head.
Fortunately whiplash is not typically a life threatening injury, but it can be a life changing injury in its severest forms. Sometimes, the weaknesses it can cause stops you carrying out normal everyday tasks and can make it difficult to care for yourself, usually for quite a short period of time, but it can be permanent and you may have to adapt your lifestyle to deal the disabilities your injury has created.
It is not always immediately apparent how severe your whiplash is, hopefully it will heal and life can get back to normal. However, if it is a more long-term injury, this will have to be taken into account when making your compensation claim.
Accident Advice Helpline will make sure all circumstances and eventualities are taken into account when making your personal injury compensation claim.
Advice after being injured in Dymchurch
To find out more about Accident Advice Helpline and how they can help you with your accident injury claim then please call our free phone helpline number on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Remember we answer twenty four hours a day seven days a week so you can contact us at a time that suits you.
Date Published: 9th November 2013
Author: David Brown