Every single solicitor who work within the accredited law firm Accident Advice Helpline have been fighting on the behalf of people that have sustained whiplash injuries in Dunning since establishment, in the year 2000. This means that we are one of the longest running law firms in the UK who specialise in this department of law.
We obtain compensation settlements which come to more than £35 million per year, we take on all whiplash injury cases on on a no win no fee basis and have one of the highest success rates in the country.
If have had an accident that wasn’t your fault which resulted in a whiplash injury in Dunning, within the last three years then you could well be entitled to compensation; confirm this now through our online 30-second test which will also reveal how much you could be entitled to.
You can discover if you have a valid claim for your whiplash injury in Dunning, be supplied with no obligation advice and have the choice of proceeding with a claim for compensation by talking to our advisors in confidence, through the 24-hour advice helpline: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Whiplash is a term used to describe a variety of injuries which have happened in the neck and have been the result of sudden distortion. Whiplash is most usually associated with road traffic accidents, and the majority of cases will have happened when a vehicle has been impacted from behind.
However, whiplash injuries are in no way limited to being the result of a road accident and can be caused through many other events, such as; head injuries, falls, bungee jumping, physical activities and a range of industrial accidents.
It is claimed that every year around 430,000 claims for whiplash are made in the UK, this is a higher amount than anywhere else in the EU. We certainly don’t have weaker necks or more feeble anatomies, so what is the reason for this? The reason is logical, though surprising; it is that we have the safest roads in the world, we have strict laws when it comes to road safety and these are the causes!
Since seat belt legislation in the 1980’s it is illegal to travel without a seatbelt, this is to protect us during collisions. What this means is when the entire body would have been flown, now it is just the neck and head that bare the brunt of a sudden and violent impact – which is what causes a whiplash injury.
Whiplash injuries used to be known as ‘railroad spine’ before the invention of the car due to them usually being in connection with train collisions. The very first reported case of this injury was in 1919 – which means that this is certainly not a 21st century injury!
Don’t suffer in silence, make your no win no fee claim today, what have you got to lose?