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    Whiplash injury in Boscastle


    One of the last thing you’ll probably expect when having a night out on the town is suffering a whiplash injury in Boscastle while patronising a pub, bar or club. Not while travelling to or from your venue of choice, but while you’re actually inside. Well, if you’re very unlucky it could happen to you.

    That’s right; you won’t have to have been involved in a road traffic accident or a sporting mishap to end up with a whiplash injury in Boscastle. You can very well sustain one while you’re inside getting up to things that you would not usually associate with this type of injury.

    If you ever are unfortunate enough to sustain a whiplash injury while in these types of settings, it might be of some comfort to know that there will be a chance that you might actually be able to take legal action if your injury came about as a result of an accident that was not your fault. If you could prove that you suffered a whiplash injury as a result of the negligence of a third party, a top-notch 100% no-win, no-fee* personal injury solicitor might be able to secure you a pretty healthy compensation pay-out.

    Bars, pubs, clubs and a whiplash injury in Boscastle

    Imagine that you had made your way to a local pub for a few drinks before moving on into town. You’ll feeling footloose and fancy-free, with thoughts of suffering a whiplash injury in Boscastle a million miles away. You order your drinks and decide to sit at the bar on a stool. As you go to climb atop your stool, it suddenly collapses, taking you to the ground with it. You feel shaken, but other than that assume that you’ve sustained no injuries. You ignore the incident and crack on with your evening.

    As the hours pass, you notice a little discomfort around your neck area. Soon, this becomes quite unbearable and you decide to make you way to your local A&E. After a fair old wait to see a doctor, what with it being a Saturday night and all, you are told that you have all the symptoms of a whiplash injury.

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    Despite the fact that you’ve taken a drink or two, you soon manage to deduce that your injury must have come about as a result of the incident with the bar stool.

    Under these circumstances, you may be able to retain the services of a top 100% no-win, no-fee* personal injury solicitor such as Accident Advice Helpline with a view to suing the bar in question for compensation for your nasty and extremely unpleasant whiplash injury in Boscastle that was caused through their negligence.

    To discuss your claim with an expert adviser dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile now.

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