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    Whiplash injury in Burnley

    Whiplash injury in Burnley

    Burnley covers an area of 15.92 kilometres square, and has a population number of around 73,021 people. It is a town that belongs to the county of Lancashire, and is around 21 miles from the larger city of Manchester. The town is actually quite old, and it was around during the medieval times of which it was composed of a number of different class types, as farming houses could be found there, as well as a number of manor houses. The local economy has changed a lot in recent years, and at its peak it had the possibly the highest output of cotton cloth in the world.

    New industries in Burnley

    The town of Burnley was recognised as one of the most ‘enterprising areas’ in the UK, in the year 2013. This meant that a lot of people in the region were working in the region, establishing new industries, and business there. Because of the the regions growth, there was the establishment of a direct connection to Manchester, via a rail link. Rail can be one of the cheapest and fastest ways to travel, and with the inclusion of this new rail link, this is going to be more so the case.

    Sustaining a whiplash injury in Burnley after choosing to drive instead

    For some people, though a car is considered the best way to travel, as this can allow for them to stop off if they need to, as well as providing them with the chance to drive straight to the doorstep of the place they’re looking to visit. As they’re driving to and from Burnley, however, these people might experience some sort of rear end collision, of which might result in a whiplash injury in Burnley.

    Sometimes, the whiplash injury in Burnley, that was caused by the rear end collision, occurred due to the fault of yourself. For some people however, their whiplash injury in Burnley might have happened as someone else drove into the back of their car, due to no fault of the their own. If this occurred, then the affected individual might be able to make a personal injury claim.

    To make a claim for personal injury, Accident Advice Helpline might be able to help you get started. For those who are sure the accident took place due to no fault of their own, and have acted quickly, so that the accident took place in the past three years, Accident Advice Helpline can help. They’re able to provide most people with the ability to claim for a whiplash injury in Burnley, without having to make a court appearance, as things can be done over the phone. To speak to them, and see what they’re able to do for you, call the Accident Advice Helpline helpline 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.

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    Date Published: 9th May 2014

    Author: David Brown

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