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    Whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn

    Whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn

    Have you suffered a Whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn?

    The most common cause of whiplash is road traffic accidents. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in Newcastle Emlyn and you have fallen victim to whiplash, you may have a strong case for financial compensation. A whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn is not uncommon, and if you are suffering from whiplash, it is your legal right to make a claim for financial compensation if the accident was not your fault.

    If you have suffered a whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn, you may be wondering how long the average whiplash claim takes. With regard to this, it’s important to keep in mind that the claims process is a lengthy one which requires procedures and regulations to be followed. However, the below information is correct in most whiplash claims:

    • 4 – 8 months: The length of time for a road traffic accident claim to be processed, where liability is admitted and the value of the claim is not contested.
    • 8 – 12 months: The length of time of a complex road traffic accident claim, where liability is not initially accepted or the value of the claim is contested.

    You can realistically expect your whiplash injury claim to be processed within 12 months, so long as your claim is handled by a whiplash injury solicitor. The reason for this is that injury solicitors are highly experienced at handling claims and know what information is needed to successfully make a claim. While you can make a claim yourself – which can and does have success – the experience of a solicitor really comes into its own in the long-term.

    Victims of a whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn may also be wondering how much info they will need to provide to their accident solicitor. While all cases differ, for whiplash claims the standard level of information you or your solicitor will need to make a claim is:

    1. Where and when did the accident happen?
    2. How did the accident happen?

    On top of this, you may also need to create a comprehensive write-up of how the accident happened as well as provide any additional information as required. For some cases, CCTV recordings may be requested to strengthen your claim and you will 100% have to go for a medical examination to get a doctor’s certificate which confirms your whiplash injury.

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    If you have had a whiplash injury in Newcastle Emlyn it’s important that you follow your doctor’s advice to get healthy as soon as possible. If you wish to make a claim or if you simply want to chat to a friendly solicitor with no obligation,

    Date Published: 28th June 2014

    Author: David Brown

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