A whiplash injury Sandyhills could mean compensation for you
Sandyhills is a district in Glasgow in Scotland. If you live there and while walking home one night you were threatened by a gang and chased which caused you to have a violent fall, you may be suffering from whiplash amongst your other personal injuries. You will obviously be badly shook up and need to get medical attention and to report your ordeal to the authorities. Once you have done that, it may be worth your while to telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out about claiming compensation for a whiplash injury in Sandyhills.
If you feel anxious about making the call, you do not need to worry that you are placing yourself under any obligation because you are not. Furthermore, all the advisers are especially trained and understand that you may not be feeling too well therefore you can rest assured that your call will be treated with the respect it deserves.
A 30 second test
Initially, your trained adviser will help you through a 30 second test to establish the likelihood of accident solicitors taking on your compensation claim for a whiplash injury in Sandyhills. If they do, it will be on a no win no fee* basis.
You have nothing to lose by finding out more about claiming compensation for a whiplash injury in Sandyhills so ring Accident Advice Helpline now. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
If your ordeal with that gang keeps playing over in your mind, that is natural. However, if you think about people like Al Capone, although television and film has glamorized them to some extent, they actually lived tawdry lives and mostly died violent deaths.
Alphonse Capone was born in New York in 1899 and was one of nine children. His parents were Italian immigrants. Basically, he was a street fighting thug. His nickname was Scarface and he got that when he worked as a bouncer in a Brooklyn brothel.
Capone was a small time hoodlum who could possibly have stayed that way until a twist of fate changed his life. He was wanted for questioning over the death of a policeman and so needed to leave New York quickly. He got in touch with a Chicago gangster called Johnny Torrio who remembered what a street fighter Capone could be, it was that which made him invite Capone to join his gang in Chicago.
From there Capone made his way up the hierarchy of the gangs and terrorised folks for years. He died deranged by syphilis which some would suggest was no more than he deserved. There is always that question though – what makes one kid which grows up as a child of immigrants in Brooklyn a hoodlum and another kid determined to be a law abiding citizen?