Nobody wants to be involved in a road traffic accident, and even if the injuries you sustain from them are relatively minor you can still find yourself wishing that it had never happened. Of course, you can’t turn the clock back but if you have suffered whiplash from a car crash in Epping Forest then there is a chance that you can claim compensation which can help put some things right.
How compensation for whiplash from a car crash in Epping Forest can help
No amount of compensation is going to change the fact that you have been injured. We know that. You know that. However, compensation is not meant to excuse what happened or pretend it never occurred in the first place. It is just there to help recognise the fact that you have been inconvenience and subjected to pain.
It is also there to pay back anything that you may have had to pay out for as a direct result of your accident and injuries. For example, many people have to attend hospital or medical appointments as a result of their injuries. This means that they may have to drive, or even take public transport for journeys they would not normally have had to make. If they are visiting a hospital they are also likely to incur parking charges.
Over even the smallest time period these costs can soon mount up. Where an accident was not even your fault it can seem a little unfair that you are being forced to cover the costs. This is just one of the things that compensation is designed to cover for you.
Compensation is also there to recoup payments you may have missed out on. If you have had to take time off from work then there is a good chance that you will find that your income is severely reduced. You may not have been paid or you may be paid statutory sick pay which is much lower than your usual salary. Again, this can have a huge impact on your finances and cause a number of additional problems.
Speak to Accident Advice Helpline today
To find out whether or not the team at Accident Advice Helpline can help you to recover the compensation that you are entitled to all you need to do is speak to us. You can phone us on either 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We can give you free, no obligation advice there and then to get your claim started.
Date Published: 22nd July 2015
Author: David Brown