You could be involved in a whiplash car accident if your car, motorbike or cycle hits a pothole in the road or bad road surface. Local councils are supposed to repair these problems immediately, however that’s not always the case. If you find yourself in such a situation, you should contact Accident Advice Helpline. Their team of experienced experts are on hand to take up your case and help you win the compensation you deserve.
Potholes pose a potential whiplash threat?
If you’re a cyclist (for example), and you suddenly spot a pothole in the road, it can often be too late for you to do anything about it, – resulting in a road traffic accident.
If this happens and you are thrown from your bike, you might get lucky and only face minor injuries such as cuts and bruises, but if you are unlucky enough you could end up with broken bones or maybe even worse.
Contact Accident Advice Helpline and speak to our friendly solicitors and they will help you to make an injury compensation claim against your local authority.
Why innocent victims do not claim compensation for pothole accidents
According to the statists, they say that only 3 out of 10 who are injured because of bad road surfaces or potholes in the road, do not make an injury compensation claim. The only reason that we can come up with why they do not make a personal injury compensation claim, is because they think that cannot afford to, or that they can not be bothered with the stress and the hassle.
However, it is fine to just get on with it if you just have to pay car or bike expenses. But what if it was you that was seriously damaged and your life was radically changed?
Getting the help you need
Don’t suffer in silence, contact Accident Advice Helpline today!
We specialise in making personal injury claims of all types, and ones caused by bad roads is nothing new to us. We have successfully handled many of these claims, and made sure that the injured party has received the compensation they were entitled to.
Call our advisors on 0800 180 4123, to start your personal injury claim.