Redbridge road traffic accidents, or road traffic accidents anywhere in the country, can be extremely traumatic situations for those involved. The extent of the trauma depends on the severity of the accident and the injuries sustained; it can be just as traumatic for the person who was to blame for the accident as it is for the victim of someone else’s mistake. Accidents can happen for a number of reasons, such as bad weather conditions, mechanical faults, or human error (for example, when a person is distracted by using a mobile phone or under the influence of alcohol).
The trauma of Redbridge road traffic accidents can leave people recalling the incident constantly, and can make them nervous and not want to drive or cycle again. It can also cause a real financial burden if you have sustained injuries that mean you cannot work and need to pay for extra help, such as someone to take the children to school, help around the house, or care for yourself.
The amount of injuries you can suffer from being involved in Redbridge road traffic accidents are endless. Just some of them include fractures, head injuries, damaged ligaments, cuts and bruises, dislocations, back injuries, neck injuries, facial injuries, and many more, all of which can be painful, distressing, and life-changing.
If you are suffering from the trauma of an accident and the accident was not your fault, you could be entitled to make a claim through Accident Advice Helpline for your personal injuries and emotional distress. Sometimes the results of car accidents are not obvious straight away, due to the trauma of a car accident causing your body to produce hormones called endorphins, which act as painkillers and make some people unaware that they have been injured for several hours. If that happens to you, once you do feel pain or discomfort, you should immediately seek medical attention.
Making Redbridge road traffic accidents claims through Accident Advice Helpline
After a car accident, you may be wondering how you can make a claim and what the first steps are, and you could be concerned about the costs involved in making a claim. That’s where Accident Advice helpline can help you. If you use us, then our friendly advisers will discuss your accident and check you meet the criteria to make a personal injury claim. If you do, then they will talk you through how the process works and answer any questions you have. To take any financial worries away, we work on a no win, no fee** basis, which means you will only ever have to give us money if we win your claim.
To get things started, call us on our free phone number: 0800 689 0500.
Date Published: 22nd August 2014
Author: David Brown