The law states that if you have suffered a whiplash injury in Kintbury through an accident, or circumstances, which were not your fault and this was within the last three years than you can claim compensation for this.
A whiplash injury in Kintbury can bring a whole range of signs and symptoms and although they vary in severity, they all can have an affect on your day to day living. The important thing to remember is that you should not be suffering at all and for this reason, compensation is the very least that you deserve.
In the most extreme cases, a whiplash injury can mean a permanent disability (this affects 2 in 10 people). What this will mean is that, quite bluntly, life will never be the same again. Some people will never regain their mobility, which will have an affect on every single area of your life; from holding down your job to reaching the top shelf in a supermarket.
You are not the only person to suffer through a whiplash injury in Kintbury. Your loved ones also suffer, whether this is financially or emotionally. Witnessing a husband, wife, mother of father in constant pain is traumatic. It’s also completely unfair and something which cannot be rectified. Compensation, however, can help.
With Accident Advice Helpline, clients have entitlement to our reimbursement service which is where you can claim back all of the out of pocket expenses often associated with a whiplash injury. This could be anything from a bus ticket to home adaptations, the rule is if it’s cost you or lost you and it relates or related to your accident and you have documented proof then we can have this money returned to you – in addition to your compensation.
Making a claim for your whiplash injury in Kintbury
You can make a claim in two ways with Accident Advice Helpline. Both ways are 100% no-win, no-fee*, meaning they cost you nothing to begin and both result in you speaking – in confidence – with our professional advisors.
You can use the 30-second test which will show you straight away how much your case could be worth and if you meet the criteria for claiming eligibility. Once your test is completed, an advisor will then contact you to see if you require advice under no obligation, or want to begin a claim for your injury.
You could use the 24 hour advice helpline: 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993 and speak to an advisor directly. There will never be any pressure to proceed with a claim and if you just require answers and advice then UK consumer champion, Dame Esther Rantzen, recommends this is the place you find it.
Date Published: 8th August 2014
Author: David Brown