Suffering from a whiplash injury?

If you have suffered from a whiplash injury following an accident that was not your fault in the past three years then we can help you. You may be entitled to make a personal injury claim if it can be proven that your accident was caused by the negligence of another person. Whiplash is sustained by a large proportion of people involved in rear end car accidents. It can considerable pain and discomfort. This frustration is increased if the accident was caused by dangerous driving or carelessness. We can help you to move on and get the compensation you are entitled to.

Personal injury
A personal injury is any injury that is caused by someone else’s actions. If it can be shown that another person was responsible for the suffering and pain that you are experiencing then they are liable to pay personal injury compensation. You are legally entitled to claim compensation for your whiplash injury if another person is at fault.

No cost
All our solicitors work on a No Win No Fee basis which means that you will not be liable to pay anything to make a compensation claim. Win or lose you will not be out of pocket. If you win your claim you will receive 100% of your compensation. We will not make any deductions. If you lose you will be protected from all costs. See No Win No Fee for more information.

Making your whiplash injury claim
If you wish to make a whiplash injury claim then give us a call today. We will give you free impartial legal advice about making your claim. Call freephone 0800 78 38 846 for friendly advice.

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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.