Whiplash injury in Banstead, Surrey, is not an everyday event because the traffic through this mostly residential area is not that intense. However, when the race meetings take place at Epsom Grandstand, high up on Epsom Downs, the traffic activity multiplies quite significantly for the duration of the race meetings, which are usually spread across several days, as many people come and go via Banstead in order to circumnavigate the traffic jams that manifest themselves on most of the main routes to and from the Downs.
Epsom Downs is famous for the Derby, and its Salts (Epsom Salts)
As well as being famous for its horseracing, and the Derby in particular, Epsom Downs is also famous for its salts – the aptly named Epsom Salts of course. They were first cultivated in the nearby town of Epsom, although in more recent times the salts are mined abroad where it is cheaper to do so, and they are more plentiful.
Using AAH to help claim compensation for a whiplash injury in Banstead
If you sustain a whiplash injury in Banstead and you wish to seek financial compensation, then if you get in touch with us here at Accident Advice Helpline, we will do our very best to help you. But before we will be able to take on your claim, it will first be necessary to confirm that the blame for the accident/injury is down to a third party. This is the first and most important prerequisite of any personal injury claim, whether it’s for whiplash injury in Banstead, or an injury sustained in the home, or the workplace.
The criteria that qualifies any personal injury claim
There are some other criteria too, that also need to be taken into consideration to substantiate or validate any claim that you might make. These include:
- The injury must have been sustained within the past three years
- The injury must be of a reasonably serious nature. Don’t forget to include any expenses you might have incurred for treatment etc, and any information relating to loss of earnings because of any disability the injury may have occasioned.
- Because of the high prevalence of injury claims being launched, many of which are fraudulent, you will need to have medical proof to hand.
Establishing how much your claim could be worth
Most people are anxious to establish how much compensation their injury could be worth before deciding whether or not they will take the trouble to proceed. The simplest way to do this is by visiting our website and using the HOW MUCH calculator that is located on the homepage. It takes only 30 seconds of your time.
Our user-friendly no win no fee services
Using AAH’s no win no fee services (which come highly recommended by Esther Rantzen) couldn’t be easier. Most claims are completed entirely online. But should you need help you can chat to one of our advisers on our free helpline which can be accessed by calling 0800 180 4123 from any landline, or 0333 500 0992 from any mobile.
Date Published: 3rd May 2014