Have you got a whiplash injury in Purfleet
Have you suffered a whiplash injury in Purfleet? If so there’s a chance that you might be able to claim compensation to support you in your recovery. However, before you launch a claim you need to know more about your injury and how the law treats is.
We see plenty of people suffering from whiplash asking for help. It’s a common injury, especially in road traffic accident in which even minor scrapes can result in damage to the neck and spine. Although this damage will hopefully not be too long term, you may still deserve some form of compensation.
What the law says
If you have been in an accident which was not your fault at some point within the last three years then there may well be cause for compensation. The injury will have to have been bad enough to have caused a significant impact on your quality of life. This might either be physical, psychological or financial. For example, let’s imagine that you have suffered a whiplash injury in Purfleet and can’t work for a couple of weeks. Because of the nature of your work contract you are not entitled to any sick pay which means you’re down by two weeks’ wages.
If the accident was not your fault we believe that you should be entitled to compensation. This will include an amount which takes into account how much you’ve lost out on and also a single sum for the injury itself. We can then use this to calculate how much we think you should be owed. This is only a guide – the courts will make a decision if it goes that far, but it is something we can use to set expectations at an early stage.
How we can help
If we think you can win your case we’ll pull out all the stops to ensure that your claim is successful. However, we can’t guarantee success which is why, if you have suffered a whiplash injury in Purfleet, we will offer you the benefit of no win no fee. This means that the only time you’ll ever have to pay will be if you win.
So if you’ve had a whiplash injury in Purfleet, give our team a call to see how we can help on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 10th July 2014
Author: David Brown