Whiplash injury in Dunbar


Every year there are millions of people with legitimate compensation claims just in Great Britain for being injured through a non fault accident; many of which will recite to whiplash injury in Dunbar.

The law states if you have been injured, and it was through no fault of your own then you are entitled to seek justice for this – however, the law will not provide legal or financial assistance for this and hasn’t done since legal aid was disbanded for personal injury claims in 1998 and so it can be a daunting task to find the best form of legal assistance and representation for your whiplash injury in Dunbar.

Accident Advice Helpline are here to help

If you are considering claiming compensation for your whiplash injury in Dunbar but are worried about how to afford a legal battle then we take this concern away by taking on all of our cases on a no win, no fee* basis and as we are one of the nation’s longest running and highly successful law firms to specialise in this department of law, we are that confident that we guarantee a smooth and simple procedure with a promised maximum compensation to every client.

What is whiplash injury in Dunbar?

Whiplash is a term which covers a broad spectrum and which is used to describe most injuries to the neck that have been brought about by a sudden impact accident, most commonly associated with road traffic accidents where it’s quite common that the neck will be forced from one direction to the other in a fast and violent jolt. Whiplash is also seen in several other accident types although there are many facts not widely known, such as:

  • Whiplash injury in Dunbar can happen at speeds as low as 5 m.p.h
  • If your vehicle has escaped an impact unharmed, this does not necessarily indicate that your body has. Vehicles are built to endure accidents where as you are not.
  • 10% of sufferers will remain permanently disabled
  • Half of people with whiplash will need long term care
  • Whiplash symptoms do not show up instantly, and can take days

Do you have an eligible claim?

To find out whether you have an valid claim for your injury then complete our online 30-second test. This will indicate to you as well how much your case is likely to be worth in compensation if you utilise one of the personal injury specialists working within Accident Advice Helpline.

Speak to an advisor today

To talk with our trained advisers in total confidence just call the 24-hour advice helpline on freephone numbers: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone.

When you speak to our advice team you are offered advice which is always under no obligation meaning that there will never be any pressure to proceed with a claim.

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