Whiplash compensation claim in Stoke-on-Trent

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Do you need help to make a whiplash compensation claim in Stoke-on-Trent

Whiplash is an injury that most people relate to road traffic accidents, usually because of one vehicle running into the back of another. It is true that this is the most common way for it to happen, but there are many other ways to sustain this injury. Any accident that causes a sudden jolt to your head will cause it, and if that accident was the fault of someone else, you should be considering making a Whiplash compensation claim in Stoke-on-Trent. 

Why whiplash happens in rear end shunts

In many cases, it is the fault of your seatbelt that you sustain a whiplash injury in this type of accident. This is a small price to pay for the very serious injuries your seatbelt saves you from. It holds your body firmly in place stopping some very severe injuries, but in doing so allows your head to jolt on impact.

Carmakers say that if the occupants of cars used their headrests correctly, the risk of a whiplash injury would be reduced. Research shows that very few people like using the headrest as it should be used, as they are too uncomfortable. This is something the carmakers are working to solve.

If you are the innocent victim of a road traffic accident, or any other type of accident that causes you to be injured, making an accident claim is a way of getting the compensation the law says to deserve.

Legal representation from Accident Advice Helpline

Personal injury claims are a legal process that should be handled by a law frim that understands them. At Accident Advice Helpline, we are one of the leading specialist law firms in the UK, compensation claims being our speciality.

For over 14 year we have been helping innocent victims with their quest for compensation, and many thousands of them have received the benefit of our knowledge and expertise for their claims.

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If you would like to know some idea of how much your compensation could be, complete the 30-second test on our website. This will let you know if your claim is valid, as well as give you an estimated amount of your award.

More information about making a claim can be given to you by our friendly advisors who you can speak to on our freephone number 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993. Have a chat with them to get answers to all your questions about compensation, free of any obligation to proceed.

To find out of you can make a claim will cost you no more than a few minutes of your time, so why not make that call today.

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