If you have sustained whiplash in the last three years in an accident that was not your fault, then maybe you should be speaking to a law firm in South Holland about making a personal injury claim.
People who have never suffered from a whiplash injury can have no idea of how extremely painful it is, or the effects it can have on someone’s life. If the whiplash injury is a light one, then you have been lucky and it will heal in just a few weeks; but some can take much, much longer to recover, and in the worst cases you may never make a full recovery.
Whiplash is caused in many scenarios in which a sudden jolt pushes the head forwards out of its normal zone, damaging the ligaments and muscles in the neck. Some of the ways this can happen include:
- Falling off a horse or bicycle;
- Car accidents causing a rear-end shunt;
- Tripping or slipping over and banging your head on the way down; and
- Contact sports.
Really though, whiplash can happen in any accident. It could have happened to you, and you may want to make a claim using a law firm in South Holland if you were blameless.
There are different types of treatment for whiplash, from light and gentle exercises just to keep mobile, to complete rest. Painkillers and other anti-inflammatory drugs are very effective, but would not provide a long-term solution. In very severe cases, a neck brace is used to support the injury.
How to use a law firm in South Holland to make a whiplash claim
You can contact Accident Advice Helpline to make a personal injury claim. We are experts in this field, with over 14 years’ experience. We know how to handle claims for victims who have been injured by no fault of their own, and have helped many thousands of faultless victims to receive compensation for their injuries.
You need no money to start a claim, as our service is available to anyone no matter what their financial situation is. We work on a no win no fee* basis so that making a claim is accessible to all.
You can call our freephone number on 0800 180 4123 to discuss your accident at any time. Our advisors are waiting to speak to you in the strictest confidence, offering friendly support and advice. There is no obligation to proceed with a claim — the decision will be totally yours. If you prefer, you could first take our 30-second test online, to see if your accident and injuries qualify to make a claim, and also make use of our calculator to give you a rough estimate of the possible amount of compensation to which you could be entitled.
Date Published: 3rd August 2014
Author: David Brown