Whiplash injury in Betws-y-Coed

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Those individuals who have been involved in accidents and suffered a whiplash injury in Betws-y-Coed may pay particular attention to this page if they are considering making a personal injury claim.

Accident Advice Helpline, as a law firm specialising in personal injury compensation claims as they have done since their inception in 2000, is only too aware of the fact that whiplash can be caused by more than just a car accident.

If you have suffered a whiplash injury in Betws-y-Coed and believe you are entitled to make a compensation claim, then you should contact our team of advisers today for more information and to begin your claim.

Your whiplash injury can be debilitating

Whiplash is common after a road traffic accident. However, it is difficult to diagnose whiplash at the scene of an accident and it can take some 6-12 hours before it manifests itself. This is in part due to the amount of adrenaline being pumped around the body in the immediate aftermath of the accident.

Other whiplash injuries can be sustained as the results of a slip, trip or fall where the head and neck area are jarred suddenly forward and then snapped back again. If you ever turned your head quickly and felt a sharp pain as a ligament has remained in place, you can multiply that pain many thousands times before you even get close to whiplash pain.

Some of the sufferers of whiplash find that their injuries are so severe they cannot turn their heads or that they are left with chronic neck and back pain. While physiotherapy is often prescribed as a remedy for such pain, it is not always the case that this works.

What should you do now?

Having suffered a whiplash injury you will want to consider the possibility of making a personal injury claim. To find out if you are eligible to do so, contact our team of advisers at Accident Advice Helpline today.

We are just a telephone call away and can inform you of your eligibility to make a claim within a few moments. We are renown for our ability to identify quickly if an accident victim has a claim to make.

Our team of advisers is available daily and will offer free advice with no obligation for you to continue making a claim if you are not happy to do so. If you do wish to make a claim, and want Accident Advice Helpline to act on your behalf, our adviser will take your details and pass them to our no-win, no-fee solicitors.

To learn more, or to begin making your personal injury claim, call us today using the landline number 0800 689 0500, or from a mobile, call us on 0333 500 0993. Our advisers can also get in touch with you if you text the words ‘claim365’ to 88010.

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