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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Soft Tissue Injury in the UK


    Whilst you’re living in the UK, you might want to travel around the country, and wish to avoid spending a lot of money visiting other regions which might require expensive forms of transport. However, whilst you are doing this, it might be the case that you’re involved in a road traffic accident.

    Safety on the Roads

    A road traffic accident can impact you in a number of ways, though in most cases, it is often helpful to ensure that you are aware of what needs to be done in order to deal with a road traffic accident, when it does happen. This is especially the case if your road traffic accident was caused due to the fault of another person.

    If you were involved in a road traffic accident that was caused due to the fault of another person, you’ll want to get the contact details of the other person involved. In addition to this, you might also want to take a moment to use the help of any witnesses to the accident, and get their contact details too.

    When you have been impacted by a road traffic accident, you might end up with something known as a soft tissue injury. A soft tissue injury in the UK, is often very easy to deal with, thanks to the fact that there are a number of hospitals nearby at any given moment. In the short term however, if your soft tissue injury in the UK is bleeding, you might want to apply some pressure to the affected region, in order to stop it from bleeding, and getting any worse.

    Claiming Compensation for a Soft Tissue Injury in the UK

    As mentioned, your soft tissue injury in the UK, might have been caused due to the fault of another person. This might mean therefore, that you’re looking to make a compensation claim, to help cover some of the costs that might have occurred as a result of the injury that has affected you.

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    One of the largest law firms in the country, Accident Advice Helpline can help you make a claim for injuries that have affected you. To get help from Accident Advice Helpline, you need to call their free helpline number 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993. However, you can also use their website to gain access to something known as the 30 second test, which will allow you to get an estimate of your potential claim amount.

    When you’ve been impacted by a soft tissue injury in the UK, it helps to keep track of all the costs you’ve had to deal with. To keep your claim going in the right direction, try and take action within three years of the accident taking place.

    Date Published: 2nd May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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