A whiplash injury in Little Sutton could mean that you’re entitled to compensation under UK Legislation
Many people do not know that their whiplash injury in Little Sutton could entitle them to compensation. It is a fact that 70% of people will not claim the compensation they are owed by law, meaning that only 30% of accident victims claim the compensation that’s set aside and waiting for them to take.
Accident Advice Helpline are one of the most successful law firms in the UK to specialise in personal injury claims and we will ensure that you are compensated fairly, accordingly and with the Maximum Compensation possible for your case.
How popular is a whiplash injury in Little Sutton?
Whiplash is an injury which is most commonly associated with road traffic accidents of which there are 140 of per day in the UK, it is suggested that 105 of these will result in a whiplash injury in Little Sutton. So this means that more than a hundred people per day are sustaining whiplash through non fault accidents.
It is estimated that whiplash will be involved within more than 75% of personal injury claims in the UK. It is also one of the oldest personal injury claims to be made, with the first compensation pay out happening more than 100 years ago when a man was involved in a train collision.
Why do you get whiplash?
Whiplash is a name for damage within the neck area; particularly the soft tissues, tendons and ligaments which are there to act as protection. During a high impact, forceful collision which jerks the head from one direction to the other with speed, these tissues can rip, stretch and tear which is where the incredible pain of whiplash comes from.
Whiplash happens in the majority of road traffic accidents, but it can also be the result of industrial accidents, slips and falls or physical violence. If you received immediate hospital or medical treatment after your accident, it is likely that whiplash will not have been detected. This is because it can take up to two days to become apparent.
Whiplash can be easily diagnosed by any medical professional, even your own GP. If any of the following signs and symptoms sound familiar to you then you probably do have a whiplash injury in Little Sutton and you may be able to make your 100%’no win, no fee*’ claim through Accident Advice Helpline:
Muscle spasms, tender jaw, sore shoulders, torso pain, blurred vision, memory loss, migraines, headaches, dizziness, vertigo, ringing in the ears, insomnia, fatigue, nausea – to name, but a few.
You can discuss your case in complete confidence with our trained advisers through the 24 hour advice helpline: 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone, or you could complete the 30 second test and find out how much your case could be worth: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk