Trowell is a beautiful village of approximately 3,000 residents. It is situated on the border of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire border within the borough of Broxtowe.
In 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, the village of Trowell was selected from all the villages in Britain as the ‘Festival Village.’ 58 years later it won the Nottinghamshire Heat of the Calor ‘Village of the Year’ competition. This proves just how popular this idyllic little village really is, and events like village festivals see extra people flocking in from around surrounding areas to join in with celebrations.
Whilst this is a positive thing in many ways, it can unfortunately lead to very busy roads, stressed out drivers and ultimately an increase in road traffic accidents. Does this sound familiar? If so, please read on to find out how an injury lawyer in Trowell from Accident Advice Helpline may be able to help you. Call us on 0800 689 0500.
Injury Lawyer in Trowell
Have you been hurt in a road traffic accident that was not your fault? Was the accident caused by another person’s wrongful actions or neglect? If so, you could well be entitled to make an injury claim and seek cash compensation for your injuries. All you need is a little help from an injury lawyer in Trowell. They can give you the advice and information that you need before taking on your injury claim and gaining you the cash compensation which you deserve. Best of all, they will do this on a 100% no win no fee basis.
If you have suffered a road traffic accident, then we understand the pain, suffering and emotional distress you must have been through. Thanks to advances in car safety technologies, many road traffic accidents are not serious anymore and more people manage to get away with less severe injuries. Typical shunts and even some high speed accidents which would previously have caused serious injuries now often only result in cuts and bruises for the driver and passengers. However, with this decrease in serious injuries, the injuries we deal with that have been caused by the seatbelt are on the rise. These can include broken ribs, bruising and, most commonly, whiplash.
Whiplash is caused by the snapping back and forth of the head at the point of impact, and is more common these days than ever because the seatbelt holds the body in place but leaves the head free to move around. The results of this can have a major impact on people’s lives as it can cause serious damage to the neck, back and shoulders, and people who have suffered even minor whiplash should always seek to make claims to protect themselves in the future, in case the injury starts to develop into something more serious.
Date Published: 12th October 2013
Author: David Brown