Sustaining a whiplash injury as part of a road accident can be very painful and take some time to recover from. During this time you may have to accept that you will not be able to do as much as you were able to do before, and you may be in pain quite a lot of the time.
On top of this, a whiplash injury can have a negative effect on your finances, adding extra stress to your life during your period of recovery, and meaning that you may struggle for the foreseeable future. For this reason, a whiplash injury claim is beneficial for you and your family as, if you win your case, you will be provided with the money you need to pay for medical treatments and keep yourself afloat until you are completely back to normal.
If you do want to make a claim against the other party in your accident, a whiplash injury claim is easy to process through: Accident Advice Helpline.
The helpline is available on 0800 689 0500 to allow you to speak to the friendly, helpful team about your injury, and find out whether or not a whiplash injury claim is a viable option for you.
The team will talk you through the claims process to help you to decide whether or not you want to proceed and, if you do, you can be passed over to an experienced in-house personal injury lawyer who will make a start on your claim.
Let Accident Advice Helpline help you with your whiplash injury claim
If you have sustained a whiplash injury and are in pain, with limited mobility, it may be a little while before you are able to return to work, and this can cost you a lot of money in the long run.
On top of this there are a variety of other costs which can leave you out of pocket and make the whole experience that much more stressful.
- Lost wages. It is likely that if you are not able to work you will not be able to pay your bills. Even if you have a certain period of sickness pay, after some time this will taper off and you may be left with no income.
- Medical bills. If you are getting treatment for your injury on the NHS then there won’t be medical bills, but it can take a long time to get all of the treatment you need on the NHS. For this reason, and because you need to return to work, you may want to pay for certain treatments and surgeries out of your own pocket.
- Court costs. If you are going through court either for your injury or for damages to your own or the other driver’s car, you may need extra money to help pay for this.