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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."

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    Whiplash injury in Ballantrae


    When most people ponder a whiplash injury in Ballantrae, as many are prone to do on occasion, it will be likely that high-speed road traffic accidents will automatically spring to mind; the type of smash that would result in a person’s head being thrown about the place in violent lunges. This is understandable. Even the name of the condition conjures up images of fast, dangerous incidents. The truth is however that you could end up with a whiplash injury from much more mundane scenarios.

    No matter what led to you suffering a whiplash injury in Ballantrae, if the incident in question was not in any way, shape or form your fault, you would be well advised to look into getting yourself a top-class 100% no win no fee personal injury solicitor with a view to seeking a compensation pay-out from the person or organisation that was responsible for your predicament.

    Potholes and a whiplash injury in Ballantrae

    It is more than possible to sustain a very nasty whiplash injury in Ballantrae after coming off the worse from an encounter with a pothole while travelling in your motor car. It may sound fanciful, but think about it; if you’re travelling at a fair old speed when you hit a pothole, you’re going to get battered about a bit. As a consequence, it might be possible that the soft tissue in your neck could be damaged, which is exactly what causes whiplash.

    Imagine that you had gone out for an afternoon drive with your partner. It’s a delightful summer’s day and you feel like taking a quick cruise over to your favourite country pub. While making your way through town at a sensible speed, you hit a pothole. Your car doesn’t seem to have sustained any damage, and you don’t feel as though you’ve been hurt, so continue on to your destination.

    A little while later you start to develop an ache and tenderness in your neck. This progressively gets worse, so you pop along to your local A&E, where you are told that your symptoms are reminiscent of whiplash. You put two and two together, and realise that your encounter with the pothole was the cause of your woes.

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    In these circumstances, as the local authority that was responsible for looking after the stretch of road you were injured on should have made sure that there were no threats to causing people a whiplash injury in Ballantrae on their highways, you might be able to avail yourself of a 100% no win no fee solicitor with a view to seeking a compensation pay-out.

    Why not call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to find out if the company might be able to furnish you with the representation you need.

    Date Published: 19th April 2014

    Author: David Brown

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