Frustrated and don’t know where to turn? Claim the compensation you deserve with an expert injury solicitor!
If you have been left painfully injured by an accident or incident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be left feeling frustrated at the inconvenience, discomfort and disruption that you have suffered. Thankfully, the leading law firm, Accident Advice Helpline, are always on hand to assist you with any queries that you may have about making a compensation claim for your whiplash injury in Cannock.
Who are Accident Advice Helpline?
Accident Advice Helpline has over 14 years’ experience in processing personal injury compensation claims for people who, like you, have been injured through no fault of their own. They provide a telephone helpline to ensure that whenever you decide to call for no obligation advice, your call will be answered swiftly.
I have lots of questions relating to my whiplash injury in Cannock, can they answer them?
Yes, the friendly and helpful team of advisers aim to provide reassuring answers to any queries that you may have about claiming for your whiplash injury in Cannock, over the phone. This means that you don’t have to worry about claiming on your own. Their team of professional injury solicitors are on hand to ensure that your injury claim is processed on a no win no fee* basis throughout the claim. They can handle all aspects of your claim, leaving you to concentrate on your treatment and recovery from your whiplash injury in Cannock.
My neck hurts following an accident, can I make a claim?
The law states that as long as the accident:
- Was not caused through any fault of your own
- Occurred within the last 3 years
- Resulted in you sustaining injuries which required medical attention
Then you are legally entitled to pursue a personal injury compensation claim for your injury.
What are the symptoms of a whiplash injury in Cannock?
Whiplash symptoms include:
- Severe discomfort and pain in the neck, upper back and shoulders
- Stiffness across the neck
- Inability to rotate the head normally
The pain started the day after the accident, can I still claim?
Yes, whiplash symptoms generally do not appear at the scene of an incident or accident. Generally, it takes about 6-24 hours for symptoms to become apparent and the doctor will usually be responsible for diagnosing the condition.
All injuries to the head and neck should always be investigated by a doctor, to establish the extent of any injury and inform treatment to reduce the symptoms and encourage healing.
I have had a sporting accident and developed whiplash, can I still claim?
Although whiplash injury is commonly associated with a road traffic accident, it can be caused by many other types of accident which may not vehicle related, including:
- Falls from height
- Slips and trips
- Cycling accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Sporting accidents such as skiing and water skiing
- Heavy contact sports such as rugby and boxing