Are you wondering how do you get a whiplash injury in New Forest? Personal injury claims can be complicated, and finding the right way to stake your case is not always the most straightforward of tasks. In this article we’ll look at the key things you’ll need to know when making and assessing your case.
How do you get a whiplash injury in New Forest?
Whiplash can be a common injury for things such as road traffic accidents. A sudden movement or jolt to the spine can cause damage to the tendons. This is generally not particularly serious and should clear up over time, but it can be extremely painful at the time.
In certain severe situations it can last longer. A case of whiplash which lasts longer than six months is considered to be chronic whiplash and treatment can be a little more intensive. Get a full diagnosis from your doctor to work out how long it will take to get over this condition. That will have a major role in determining the amount of compensation you should be entitled to claim.
Building your case
Once you’ve worked out how badly you have been injured, the next task is to set about making a personal injury claim. Get in touch with our helpline and speak to a member of our team. He or she will be able to provide all the help you need in assessing your case.
Our aim at this stage is to make it as easy as possible for you to build a case and make plans going forward. Our team will tell you whether or not we think you have a good chance of winning and, if so, what we believe you need to do in order to improve your prospects of a successful outcome.
Working with us
At Accident Advice Helpline, we’ll work with two goals in mind. On the one hand we’ll aim to help you win your case, but we’ll also try to ensure you receive as much compensation as we possibly can. In this way we can significantly improve your prospects of making a successful case.
We will work closely with you at every stage of the process. We’ll help you to assess your case and decide what you need to do next. If we believe making a personal injury claim is the right decision for you, we’ll provide all the legal help and support you need.
So, if you’re wondering how do you get whiplash in the New Forest, start by giving our helpline a call today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 29th October 2015
Author: David Brown