Whiplash injury in Fauldhouse? Make your no win no fee claim today…
Fauldhouse is a sporty village in West Lothian, located between Glasgow and Edinburgh. There are many sports played traditionally in the town, which can all result in accidents producing a whiplash injury in Fauldhouse. Such as:
As a physical sport there is a risk of accidents associated with football. Accidents which are caused by physical contact or vigorous exercise have a high probability of resulting in a whiplash injury in Fauldhouse.
It may be the case that nobody is accountable for the accident and therefore you wouldn’t have a valid claim for compensation, however it could be that you were insufficiently trained, you had inadequate protective clothing or someone was negligent around you which caused the accident – in these circumstances under UK law you would be entitled to make a claim for compensation.
Golf can actually produce many accidents, not just a whiplash injury in Fauldhouse. If you were to be hit, especially in the skull, by a golf ball this could cause considerable damage. As regards a whiplash injury in Fauldhouse this could be sustained through a golf caddy collision, a fall or a contact injury which came from physical violence – whether accidental or intentional. A whiplash injury which came from a golfing activity, that happened within the last three years and wasn’t your fault will be a legitimate claim for compensation through Accident Advice Helpline.
Cricket can be a very energetic sport and one which can easily cause slips, trips and falls. Although innocently sounding enough, a simple fall could result in a whiplash injury, which in its most extreme form could actually lead to a permanent disability.
Other causes of a whiplash injury in Fauldhouse
The most prominent cause for whiplash is through a road traffic accident and actually more than 75% will result in an injury of this kind. It can be hard to determine your injuries, especially whiplash, as it can take up to two days to become obvious. When it does become apparent there could be a range of signs and symptoms, such as:
Neck pain and discomfort, fatigue, dizziness, headaches, swollen jaw, difficulty swallowing, muscle spasms, vertigo, irritability, migraines, pins and needles, numbness, back pain, stiffness, shoulder pain and trouble concentrating.
A doctor will usually assess whiplash by performing a quick examination of the neck and listening to your symptoms. Once you have received a diagnosis, use our 30 second test to see how much you could claim: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk
You can also speak to our advisers in confidence and under no obligation through the 24 hour advice helpline: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
Date Published: 6th July 2014
Author: David Brown