At Accident Advice Helpline, we’re glad you found this page, because it tells you what you need to know about claiming for whiplash injury in Long Buckby – and it is highly important to us that you get all the information you need in order to make the right decision.
Whiplash is an injury in which the tendons and ligaments of the neck have been put under strain as a result of the head jerking.
This jerking of the head happens because of sudden impact. Such impact may be felt in a car accident, which is perhaps the most common cause of whiplash, but it may also happen in a slip and fall accident or, indeed, any incident in which a blow to the head happens.
Easily diagnosed, and treated with a simple regimen of rest and painkillers, whiplash injury in Long Buckby usually clears up by itself within a period of a few weeks.
The recovery period
During the period of recovery from a whiplash injury in Long Buckby, people often find that they need extra help to get through all their usual tasks. A home help may be necessary for the household chores; a childminder may be hired to take care of the kids.
Driving is most likely out of the question, so people may need to use public transport to get out and about.
Of course, all of this costs money, and money is something which may be in short supply because many people need to take time off work for a while in order to recover.
Don’t suffer in silence
If you have experienced the inconvenience and financial problems associated with a whiplash injury in Long Buckby, there is help available from one of the largest law firms in the UK: Accident Advice Helpline!
We have a team of ‘no win, no fee’ solicitors who can help you to be awarded the compensation you deserve, and get your life back on track again, having taken care of all those expenses and losses.
Claiming for whiplash injury in Long Buckby now
We have a 24/7 hotline, fully staffed by professional, friendly advisers.
Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone. You can also text “claim365” to 88010, and an adviser will be back in touch with you as soon as possible.
What happens next
If you qualify to claim, your advisor will pass your details to one of our team of solicitors. A solicitor will get to work, dealing with all the relevant agencies on your behalf in order to secure you a payment of compensation.
You probably won’t have to go to court, although you will need to attend one additional medical assessment in order to begin the process of making a claim.
For more information, why not call us now free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no obligation advice about making a claim for compensation.