A region that can be found in the London borough of Wandsworth, Battersea is known to be on the Southside of the famous River Thames. It is known to be quite a wealthy area, and has a population of around 75,651 people. It is famous for having a number of popular landmarks, two of which are the power station, and the dogs’ home. Whilst the power station has now been decommissioned, it is known that similar workplaces still exist in other parts of the country.
For those who are looking to venture to see some of these landmarks, it is most likely going to be the case that you’re looking to drive to the region in order to witness some of the sights it has to offer. However, as you’re looking to do this, you might want to beware of any other reckless drivers, as you do not want to be involved in a car accident. However, in some cases you cannot do anything about another reckless driver, because you do not see them coming, as your car could be struck from behind.
Should your car become the subject of such an incident, you might end up experiencing something known as a whiplash injury. When affected by a whiplash injury in Battersea, you’ll want to make some time to see a doctor, who can see if your injury is serious and needs the help of a physiotherapist, so you can recover back to normality.
Seeking out a lawyer for a whiplash injury in Battersea
In some situations, after having spoken to a doctor, you might want to see if you’re able to make a compensation claim with the help of a personal injury lawyer, who can help those affected by a whiplash injury in Battersea.
To find a lawyer who can help you with this, it might be a good idea to speak to us here at Accident Advice Helpline. We’re a professional law firm, one of the largest law firms in the country, and we’ve been advising people for over 16 years now, in terms of what needs to be done in order to make a personal injury compensation claim. This could be you if you need advice following a whiplash injury in Battersea caused through the fault of another person.
Accident Advice Helpline can give you advice, so speak to our team of advisors, who can be contacted on our freephone helpline number 0800 689 0500, or from your mobile 0333 500 0993 (charges may apply). We’re waiting to talk to you and can advise about no-win, no-fee too.
Date Published: 2nd May 2014
Author: David Brown