Portadown is a town which is located in County Armagh in Northern Ireland, UK. The town developed on the banks of River Bann. The river contributed so much towards the prosperity of Portadown, which lies within the hub of transport routes, which include the railway, the Newry Canal, and the network of roads all of which converge at Portadown Railway Station.
The town was popular for linen making but today other industries include baking, chicken processing, engineering, pharmaceuticals, and carpet weaving.
Since this is quite a populated town, road traffic accidents have been known to happen. Maybe you have been in such a situation while driving to the town and a car crash happened, leaving you with whiplash.
After medical treatment having a lawyer to help you claim compensation is extremely necessary.
Don’t hesitate and call them today
Accident Advice Helpline friendly advisers give free non-obligatory advice to those who have suffered through no fault of their own. They have a team of professionals who are highly experienced who provide victims with no win no fee* in Portadown legal services.
There are many people who do not claim the compensation they deserve. They expect the cost of making a claim to be higher than the benefits derived from a compensation claim but at Accident Advice Helpline things, as previously stated, are different.
Give them a call or go to their website and complete the 30-second test to start the no win no fee* in Portadown claim process.
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Whiplash injury is mainly associated with car accidents, but playing active or contact sports can also cause it. Whiplash may be minor, acute or chronic. Some people think whiplash is a minor problem but it can be disabling for a long period beyond 6 months. The rapid movement of the head forwards, backwards and sideways due to the impact causes it.
- Headaches-may continue for a long time even after the accident. The victim can experience migraine headaches for several weeks.
- Pain, tenderness and stiffness in the neck-tendons, muscles and nerves may become damaged in a whiplash injury causing pain and stiffness. A collar brace if recommended should be used for a short period otherwise it may immobilise the neck if used for a long time which slows down recovery. Paracetamol and Ibuprofen are recommended to ease the pain and control inflammation. NSAIDs are also recommended but you should consult your doctor for treatment.
- Restricted movement of the neck-any movement becomes painful and restricted. Physiotherapy is recommended if this does not improve within several months. This includes massage therapy, neck manipulations and exercises to increase mobility and quicken recovery.
So for expert legal advice and a no win no fee* in Portadown service call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.