If you break the law of the land, you can expect to be arrested and punished appropriately. This might involve a fine, a bit of community service or even a jail term. It’s how law and order is maintained. If everybody was allowed to go about the place behaving as they pleased, it would be utter chaos. If you ever are arrested, you’ll have the right to be treated fairly and with respect by the police officers who nab you. You’ll be able to expect them to refrain from the rough stuff, even if you’re resisting arrest.
On the whole, police officers are professional and would not wish to use more force than is necessary when picking up people who might have committed a crime, but as in all walks of life, you will always find a few bad apples. If you’ve been bashed about by the old bill and suffered some form of whiplash injury in Carmarthen, there will be a chance that you might have an opportunity to avail yourself of a top 100% no win no fee* solicitor with a view to suing the police force responsible for the officers for a personal injury compensation pay-out.
Police officers and a whiplash injury in Carmarthen
Imagine that you had just been made aware of a company beginning work on a fracking site close to where you live. You disagree gravely with the concept of fracking, and have serious concerns about its potential impact on the environment. You decide that you must do something to stop this. You hear that a group of protesters are planning to barricade the entrance to the site, so you decide to join them. You are so passionate about this issue that you care not if you suffer a whiplash injury in Carmarthen while trying to exercise your democratic right to protest.
Almost as soon as you and your fellow protesters have arrived and got yourselves into position, the police show up. They tell you to move on. When you refuse, they move you physically. You resist, causing one officer to manhandle you in the most unpleasant way. As a result of your rough treatment, you later develop a whiplash injury in Carmarthen.
Under these circumstances, you might be in a position to sue the police force that was responsible for the officer who roughed you up for personal injury compensation. If you would like to explore how to go about this after suffering a whiplash injury in Carmarthen, pick up the phone today and call a first-rate 100% no win no fee* personal injury law firm such as Accident Advice Helpline. You can do so by dialing 0800 689 0500 now.Open Claim Calculator