Accident Advice Helpline is one of the country’s longest established law firms who specialise in whiplash injuries in Cushendall caused through non-fault accidents. We have one of the highest success rates in the UK and our solicitors are personal injury specialists who really know what they’re doing.
How common is whiplash injury in Cushendall?
- Whiplash is a very common injury which can be the result of many accidents, most likely to come with road traffic accidents and accidents involving sudden impact collisions.
- Whiplash injuries are said to account for over 75% of all personal injury claims for compensation in the United Kingdom.
- Whiplash is more likely to affect women than men.
In general, cases of whiplash will get better in time and leave no lasting effects. However, in some cases it can leave a sufferer in agonising pain for weeks, months, years or even the rest of their lives rendering many permanently disabled. When a whiplash injury in Cushendall is prolonged, it can bring on many psychological ailments such as depression, phobias and anxiety.
When a person is in pain, this is likely to mean that nothing will be enjoyable, such as hobbies and interests and even partaking in general family life. Our solicitors will ensure that you are compensated accordingly for all the life changes and effects brought on by your whiplash injury in Cushendall.
Many clients will also experience an exhausting effect on their finances; sorting out their vehicle damage, coping with the loss of earnings and managing accident related out-of-pocket expenses can be costly on all resources. Accident Advice Helpline can help with this however, with our Reimbursement Service that is in place to recover all your out-of-pocket expenses which is linked to your accident.
Recovering from your whiplash injury in Cushendall
Recovery time for your injury will likely depend on the extent of your accident and how severe the whiplash was. It is likely to take a couple of weeks for the average whiplash injury to be aided but in some cases it can take much longer. Chronic whiplash is rare but it does affect around 12% of victims, this is where pain will persist for more than six months.
Your doctor will be able to assist you with your medical needs and refer you to the most appropriate specialists for your physical and psychological suffering. You can also use home remedies for short term pain relief for your whiplash injury such as the use of heat and ice, pressed gently to the affected area.
How to make your no-win, no-fee claim
To make a claim for compensation through Accident Advice Helpline, you have two options, both of which can be utilised to gain 100% no-obligation advice. Either take part in our:
- 30-second test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk or
- Telephone our helpline by calling 0800 689 0500 from a land line or dialling 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Call today and start your claim for compensation!
Date Published: 14th June 2014
Author: David Brown