Skinningrove is a village in North Yorkshire. If you like to take your children out in the car so that they can experience new places and pastimes, you are probably making the most of the school holidays. However, all this can be spoiled if, while you are out, a reckless driver does not take care and bumps his vehicle into yours. At this point, you will probably all be hurt and suffering from personal injuries. People in car accidents offer end up with whiplash as a consequence of their accident. If this has happened to you, you may be able to claim compensation for a whiplash injury in Skinningrove. Once you have received medical attention, if you would like to find out more, you should ring Accident Advice Helpline.
A no win no fee* basis
Do not worry that you are placing yourself under obligation by finding out about claiming compensation about a whiplash injury in Skinningrove, you are not. A trained adviser will need to find out if you have a compensation claim for a whiplash injury in Skinningrove and this is quickly sorted out by a 30 second test. If an accident solicitor does take your case on, it will be on a no win no fee* basis.
Don’t delay; ring Accident Advice Helpline now. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.
If, after the accident, you find that you are not the only upset victim of the accident but your children are too, this is quite a common occurrence. If they are really worried because they thought that they might die, if the feeling does not go away, you should take them to see a doctor who can probably refer your children to a counsellor who can help in this matter.
Strangely enough as we would try to eradicate our child’s worries about death, in the sixteenth and seventh century it was enthusiastically promoted from an early age. Parents back then would constantly tell their children to think about death and possible damnation, this was a way of controlling them. Added to that, in those days, young death was common and so it was also seen as a way of preparing the child for what might happen.
Died of smallpox
One example of this was found in the diary of Samuel Sewall of Boston in 1690. A nine year old boy had died of smallpox in the community and Sewall took the opportunity to tell his own eight year son about it. He warned the boy that it could happen to him and that he should prepare himself for it. By this he meant being docile and obedient so that he would not suffer damnation on his death. This was a common psychological device used by Puritans on both sides of the Atlantic to control their children.