Have you been injured on public transport in Suffolk Coastal? Did you know that symptoms of a whiplash injury can take days or even weeks to appear?
Although most victims notice the pain and stiffness in their neck in the hours following an accident, it is not uncommon for the condition to go unnoticed for some time after the initial event. Other symptoms include, headaches, dizziness and tingling in the arms, and the sufferer could have to endure neck or back pain on a long-term basis.
When your doctor diagnoses whiplash, then you will probably be referred for a course of physiotherapy. In addition, they might prescribe anti-inflammatory medical in order to make your situation more comfortable. Unfortunately, whiplash can be difficult to treat, and you could have to wait for the condition to heal on it’s own.
Personal injury claim for being injured on public transport in Suffolk Coastal?
If you sustained your whiplash injury, or any other kind of injury, as a result of a public transport accident in Suffolk Coastal, then you could be entitled to compensation. In fact, if the accident was not your fault, and it happened within the last three years, then you are fully supported by the law if you choose to seek justice.
To find out more, and to discuss being injured on public transport in Suffolk Coastal in more detail, then call Accident Advice Helpline today. We are the claim experts and our solicitors are dedicated to helping innocent accident victims get the compensation they deserve.
No win, no fee*
With Accident Advice Helpline on your side, you won’t have to worry about the costs involved with making a claim. That is because all of our initial advice is completely free and we work entirely under the no win no fee* agreement. So you really do have nothing to lose by moving forward, and you need only be concerned with how you will spend your compensation.
So if you have:
- Suffered due to a public transport accident in Suffolk Coastal
- Been injured in a no-fault accident at work
- Contracted food poisoning after having a meal in a restaurant or hotel
or if you have needed medical attention as a result of any kind of accident that was not your fault, then get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today. Claim the compensation to which you are legally entitled.
How can I contact Accident Advice Helpline?
You can connect with a member of the team right now by dialling 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone.
Date Published: 10th July 2015
Author: David Brown