Whiplash injury in Newark-on-Trent


“I had a car accident when I was at a roundabout. It was my right of way, but someone ploughed into me as I was proceeding.

“The insurance claim for my car, which was written off, was settled in my favour. But unfortunately, I was injured in the accident.

“It wasn’t until the morning after that I realised I was injured; my neck was stiff, tender and painful. I felt a bit dizzy, too. The doctor told me that it was whiplash, which I wasn’t surprised about, considering it was a car accident.

“I’ve had to take time off work. During this time, I’ve run up a few expenses because I’ve needed a home help and, of course, I had to use public transport while I couldn’t drive.

“Someone told me that I could make a claim for whiplash injury in Newark-on-Trent. Is it worth going ahead? What are the benefits of doing this?”

It certainly is worth going ahead with a claim for whiplash injury in Newark-on-Trent, because if you win your case, you will receive a payout that will take care of all these expenses you have incurred, and help you get your life back on track again.

How to begin your claim for a whiplash injury in Newark-on-Trent

At Accident Advice Helpline, we offer a comprehensive service to our clients, and this service is underpinned by integrity, dependability, reliability, and accountability.

We offer a 24/7 hotline, which is fully staffed by professional, friendly advisors, who are fully trained to guide you through the process of making a claim.  They also possess excellent interpersonal skills, and will treat you with empathy and sensitivity as they listen to you and take your details in confidence.

Our no win, no fee* service

To ensure peace of mind for our clients, our solicitors work on a no win no fee* basis.  It is their job to secure you a payment of compensation for your whiplash injury in Newark-on-Trent, and they will do their professional best to ensure this happens.

If you qualify to claim compensation, your advisor will pass your details to one of our solicitors, and they can get started.

Getting in touch with Accident Advice Helpline

Dial 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.  If you prefer, you can text “claim365” to 88010, and an advisor will get in touch with you.

We make the claiming process as easy as possible for you.  You will need to attend an additional medical assessment in order to begin the process, which we understand may be stressful; however, we can usually settle claims entirely by phone on your behalf, which means that you avoid the stress and pressure of going to court.

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