Whiplash injury, personal injury compensation
Road accidents are common on the UK ’s roads. Many people suffer on a daily basis because of other people’s actions in their vehicles. There is an increasingly large amount of cars, vans, motorcycles, lorries and bicycles on our roads, bringing a high risk of accidents. A large number of road accidents result in injury, with whiplash injury being one of the most common problems. If you have had an accident and sustained an injury you are entitled to make a personal injury claim if the accident was not your fault.
What is whiplash?
Whiplash is an injury to the soft tissue in the neck. It is caused by a rear end accident and occurs when the head is thrown forwards and backwards upon impact. The symptoms range from neck ache, back ache and head aches to sleeplessness and depression. For more information see whiplash symptoms.
No Win No Fee, no cost
Our service is completely cost free. You will not have to pay to make a personal injury claim for your whiplash. If you win, we guarantee that you will receive 100% of your compensation. If you lose you will be protected from legal fees and associated costs. See No Win No Fee for more information.
Personal injury compensation
You are entitled to make a personal injury claim if you are involved in an accident that was not your fault. If you have been injured in a car accident in the last three years then our specialist personal injury solicitors can help you to move on by getting you back on your feet financially. They have helped many people like you to get compensation and can help you no matter what injury you have sustained as a result of your car accident.
Making a whiplash injury claim
Making your claim is easy. Pick up the phone and speak to one of our friendly team. We will give you free legal advice and advise you on any aspect of your claim that you are unsure of. Call now on 0800 78 38 846 and we will assess your claim. If you prefer you can click here to contact us online about your whiplash injury.
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