Find out about solicitors Belford
Belford is a village in Northumberland. Have you been in an accident in the area within the last three years which was not your fault?
If so, you may be able to claim compensation with the help of solicitors Belford.
You might be able to claim compensation, for instance, if you were driving along the road and an aggravated driver, whilst tearing to overtake you, lost control of their car and crashed into yours. If you suffered from whiplash or other personal injuries you may be able to claim compensation through solicitors in Belford.
Lines are open 24 hours a day
On the other hand, if you were reversing your car and backed into another car because you hadn’t checked your mirror, the chances of you claiming compensation with solicitors in Belford are minimal.
To find out if you might be able to claim compensation you should telephone Accident Advice Helpline now. The freephone lines are always open.
The numbers are: 0800 689 0500 from a land-line, or: 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
If you have been in an accident and you are recovering from personal injuries, you may have noticed that your energy levels are low. There are certain steps that you can take to see if you can alleviate this problem.
- Caffeine can cause problems if you take in too much. A couple of cups of coffee will give you a boost but if you drink too much the caffeine will exhaust you.
- Sugary foods play havoc with our blood sugar levels and leave us too tired to walk about. Like caffeine they will give you a quick fix and thenyou’ll become rather sloth-like. Obviously, there is sugar in sweets and desserts but don’t forget about the hidden sugar in soft drinks and wine.
- Depression is another contributing factor to exhaustion. When recovering from an illness we may not get enough sunlight and our serotonin levels crash down. Try to sit out at lunchtime for an hour every day, after a week you will be amazed at the difference.
- Not doing anything can make our spirits drop and we lose the incentive to get on with our lives. Try something new like a different hobby, or even write letters to your relatives and friends.
If you still feel like you have no energy, have a chat with your doctor, they may be able to help.
Date Published: 7th April 2014
Author: David Brown