Stanford-le-Hope is a town in Essex which was where the 19th century novelist, Joseph Conrad once lived. St Margaret’s church in Stanford-le-Hope is more than eight hundred years old, (there are some later additions) and is a Grade I listed building. Stanford-le-Hope hosts an annual music festival, but it is more famous for its port which was completed in 2013; it is Britain’s first new port for twenty years, the London Gateway port on the River Thames. If you work at the docks, you should follow the safety rules and regulations to the letter, as you don’t want to sustain a whiplash injury in Stanford-le-Hope, or a more serious injury.
Did you have a whiplash injury in Stanford-le-Hope?
If you have been involved in an accident and suffered a whiplash injury in Stanford-le-Hope, you may be hoping that you can make a personal injury compensation claim. You may not have done so because you don’t really know where to start. If that sums up your situation, call us at Accident Advice Helpline for help, information and expert legal advice about any aspect of the claims’ process. We can even (probably) put you in touch with a suitable personal injury solicitor who works on a no-win, no fee* basis (we work with a whole team of expert personal injury solicitors).
How much compensation might I receive?
If you have had a minor whiplash injury in Stanford-le-Hope you might receive between £1,705 and £3,520 if you are expected to fully recover within six months to a year. If you are expected to be back to normal within two years, you could expect to receive between £3,520 and £6,380. If the whiplash injury is more severe, then you could get much more, as compensation amounts depend on the severity of the injury. These figures are only guidelines for the amounts you could receive simply for the pain, distress and suffering your injuries have caused you. You may also receive compensation for loss of amenity (if you are no longer able to do something which you enjoyed doing before your accident) and also all expenses relating to your illness will be reimbursed if you have kept receipts.
Why not take the Thirty-Second Test on our main pages to get a rough idea of how much compensation you might receive? Then you might wish to call us on one of our freephone numbers.
Accident Advice Helpline
You can call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time for expert legal advice and information about your potential personal injury compensation claim. Why not call us now? You can ring 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or call 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. Find out how we may be able to help you proceed with your potential claim; ring now.Open Claim Calculator