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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Whiplash Injury Claims


    5 Steps for Filing Whiplash Injury Claims

    Whiplash is a common injury when someone is involved in an automobile accident. But what many people don’t know is that there are such things as whiplash injury claims. But if you are going to be filing a claim for whiplash injury, there are certain steps that you should take.

    Take Pictures for Whiplash Injury Claims

    If you can, take a lot of pictures of the accident. For example, take pictures of all of the cars involved.

    Also get some pictures of the accident scene and the road where the accident happened. This is going to show your solicitor and other people what exactly happened the day of the accident and will be much better than your memory for proving what happened.

    Take Details for Whiplash Injury Claims

    Be sure that you are getting the details from the other driver, including their address, phone number, model and make of their car, and their first and last name. If the person who is involved doesn’t willingly give you this information, the police officer should have it. Either way, you should give the police a call and get the information so that you have it for your claim.

    Get Witness Details for Whiplash Injury Claims

    It’s really important that you have details from any witnesses to the accident. They will greatly contribute to your compensation claim. If at all possible, the witnesses should be neutral to the accident’s circumstances. Witness statements usually are not accepted from friends or family members who were also in the accident, since they have a vested interest in the outcome.

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    See a Doctor for Whiplash Injury Claims

    Be sure that you go to a doctor soon after the accident. This is going to help with proving your claim that you have been injured in the accident. If possible, go to the doctor right after the accident. But you can also go the next day, since symptoms of whiplash often don’t happen until the next day. There should be a report of the accident and if you got the whiplash due to work, make sure that your employer knows right away.

    Find a Solicitor for Whiplash Claims

    The final thing that you should do is to find a good solicitor for your whiplash claims. The solicitor is going to represent you in court and can help you with winning your case.  If possible, find a solicitor who specializes in whiplash cases and that knows the law regarding them. Give them all of the evidence that you have from the accident and answer their questions.

    If you have whiplash and you need someone to help you find a solicitor, Accident Advice Helpline is able to help you find the one that will help you. We have matched up many plaintiffs with the right solicitor and we are available by phone 24 hours a day. All of our solicitors will represent you with no money down. Contact us today on 0800 689 0500 and let us help you.

    Date Published: 8th October 2012

    Author: David Brown

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