Law firm in Vale of Glamorgan

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What is whiplash?

Whiplash is an injury primarily affecting the tendons and muscles in the neck, and occurs after an impact has caused the head to be thrown around back and forth, or side to side.

A common injury sustained in car accidents, whiplash can also develop as a result of a fall, or a falling object coming into contact with the head. Whiplash symptoms can take a while to onset, but when they do, they can be incredibly painful and debilitating. Those suffering from whiplash could be faced with anything from neck and back pain to tingling (or “pins and needles”) in the arms and hands, back stiffness and more.

Depending on the severity of the injury, it can take weeks for whiplash symptoms to subside, while in other cases it can take a matter of months. In rare cases, whiplash victims can continue to suffer the effects up to a year after the accident.

If you have sustained a whiplash injury in a car accident that was not your fault, you could be entitled to make a compensation claim. If you are thinking about making a claim and want advice from a trusted law firm in Vale of Glamorgan, get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline today.

How can your law firm in Vale of Glamorgan help?

Accident Advice Helpline is a nationwide law firm, specialising in handling personal injury cases.

We help award over £30 million a year in compensation payouts, and have awarded large sums to whiplash sufferers over the years. We make it easy for all accident victims to not only find out if they are eligible to make a claim, along with how much that claim could be worth, but also to connect with an affordable personal injury lawyer that can handle the case.

Because we undertake 100% of cases on a No Win, No Fee* basis, there is nothing payable upfront to make a claim. In addition to serving injury victims in Wales, we also have lawyers throughout England and Scotland to help innocent people make successful compensation claims. Our dedicated legal team is here for you, and ready to help you recover the maximum amount for your injury.

How do I pursue making a compensation claim?

Find out how much you could be entitled to by simply using our online claims calculator.

By entering the details about your whiplash injury, you could see a rough estimate of what you could be owed in just thirty seconds. If you’d prefer to discuss your case with a legal expert, you don’t have to come into a law firm in Vale of Glamorgan to do so.

Simply call 0800 180 4123, and speak with an Accident Advice Helpline claims adviser about getting your whiplash claim underway today.

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