Ponteland is a village near Newcastle Upon Tyne in Northumberland. If you have recently had repair work done on your car but the work has not been carried out properly, and this has caused you to have an accident then you may want to find out about claiming compensation with injury solicitors in Ponteland or a national firm like Accident Advice Helpline.
Looking for injury solicitors in Ponteland?
Accident Advice Helpline does not have injury solicitors in Ponteland working directly for them. However, this doesn’t matter, they can still help you. They are a national personal injury law firm that work with accident victims in all areas of the UK. So if you need injury solicitors in Ponteland or anywhere else get in touch!
A ‘no win, no fee’ basis
Most claims can be processed by telephone and initially a trained adviser will guide you through a 30 second test which will establish whether Accident Advice Helpline might represent you. Once this has been identified, an online calculator will estimate how much compensation you might receive if your case is won. This would be on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
In essence, if you have been in an accident within the past 3 years which was due to the negligence of a third party and you want to find out whether you may be able to claim compensation then you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline without delay. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Meanwhile, if you keep having dreams about your accident, it may help you to know that even though you may get hurt in your dream you will not feel any emotional pain. The reason is that the dreamer experiences an emotional detachment from events in the dream e.g. a car accident, and the dreamer becomes more of an observer. This is because parts of the brain controlling emotions shut down during the dreaming sleep. This is good news because it would mean that you would relive all the pain and emotions you went through during your accident again. However, if you wake up feeling shaky and sweaty then that is the residue from the emotions felt during a nightmare. Nightmares are the end result of a frightening dream so they tend to vary slightly from dreams as far as emotions are concerned.
Night terrors are different again. Whereas nightmares come from dreams, night terrors come from deep, non-dreaming sleep. In a night terror, the sleeper will suddenly sit up and scream as if experiencing some kind of horrifying event. The terror and panic can last up to ten minutes and it can be most alarming when it happens to children because often parents have no idea what to do. The strange aspect of night terrors is that children will hardly ever remember them happening whereas adults often do.
Date Published: 20th February 2014
Author: David Brown