Whiplash Injury in Penzance

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Penzance is a coastal town and holiday resort in Cornwall. It gets its name from the Cornish “Pens Sans” which means ‘holy headland’ which refers to the headland where a chapel was built by early Christians more than 1,000 years ago; the headland is situated to the west of the harbour in Penzance. In 1512 the town received a royal charter enabling it to hold regular markets, then the following year it was granted another charter so that annual fairs could also be held. In the surrounding area there are both Stone Age and Bronze Age artifacts including tombs and standing stones which show that the area has been inhabited for millennia. The town is situated in a bay which is overlooked by St Michael’s Mount which can be accessed either by boat or, at low tide, you can walk across the causeway. The church at the top of the Mount was built by Benedictine monks from Mont St Michel in Normandy. It became a place of pilgrimage after a vision of the archangel Gabriel was seen on the Mount in 495 AD. It was only after the Norman conquest of 1066 that the church was built.

Are you suffering from a whiplash injury in Penzance?

You may have had an accident while walking along the causeway, and if you fell awkwardly and hit your head, you might now be suffering from a whiplash injury in Penzance. There are all kinds of accidents in which you might receive a blow to the head, and so have a whiplash injury in Penzance or elsewhere. However, in order to make a personal injury compensation claim for a whiplash injury in Penzance, or one sustained anywhere else in the country, you must be able to prove that the accident in which you were injured was not your fault but that of someone else. If you can do this with the help of a personal injury lawyer, you may be able to make a claim for your injury.

How long do I have to make my claim?

The length of time you have in which to make a personal injury compensation claim depends on the type of accident you have had; it could be any time between nine months and three years from the date of your accident. In order to find out precisely how long you have in which to file your claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline.

Accident Advice Helpline

If you need any information or advice about your potential claim, call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time, day or night, every day of the year. You can use one of our freephone numbers to call us: 0800 689 0500 for calls from landlines, or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. Why not call now for expert legal advice and help with your potential claim?

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