Do you want to receive 100% no win no fee compensation for your whiplash injury in Eyemouth? Contact Accident Advice Helpline today for no obligation advice on how to make a claim.
From exploring the sandy coves on Eyemouth’s coastline to visiting the Herring Queen Festival, there is lots to keep visitors to Eyemouth entertained. Unfortunately though, accidents can happen and tourists and residents can suffer a whiplash injury in Eyemouth.
What causes a whiplash injury in Eyemouth?
Whiplash is caused by the neck being suddenly jolted, damaging its ligaments and tendons. Whiplash injuries can be caused by being the victim of a road accident whilst out and about exploring Eyemouth or a slip, trip or fall, perhaps at Eyemouth’s harbour. A whiplash injury in Eyemouth could also be caused by an accident at work or an injury whilst taking part in a contact sport.
A whiplash injury in Eyemouth can cause neck stiffness, backache, muscle spasms, dizziness and blurred vision. It could also lead to insomnia, anxiety and depression.
It is important that if you suffer a whiplash injury in Eyemouth, whether you are a resident or tourist, that you seek medical treatment for your injuries. Symptoms of a whiplash injury can persist for up to six months so the quicker you get the right treatment, the better. Nationally, 2% of people who suffer a whiplash injury will be left permanently disabled.
A whiplash injury has affected my standard of living. How do I make a compensation claim?
Whiplash can have a huge impact on both the victim and their families, from cutting short a dream holiday to affecting your earning potential because you need to take time off work.
If you been involved in an accident which was not your fault within the past three years and it was not your fault, you could be legally entitled to compensation for your injuries and suffering.
The personal injury specialists at Accident Advice Helpline have developed an online 30 second test which will help us to assess whether you stand a good chance of successfully making a compensation claim.
This test will assess the cause of your accident and the extent of your injuries. It will also calculate the maximum compensation you could be entitled to for your injuries.
Our personal injury specialists also offer a reimbursement service to clients which means in addition to being awarded the maximum compensation, you will be reimbursed for any out of pocket expenses you have suffered as a result of your accident.
Accident Advice Helpline provides everyone with no obligation advice on making a compensation claim. We do not ask you to provide any money in advance for making a claim, we work on a 100% no win no fee basis.
To find out more about Accident Advice Helpline and making a compensation claim, contact our free phone 24 hour advice line now:
0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993