If you've suffered a whiplash injury but you're reluctant to make a claim for compensation because the whole process scares you, don't worry. The law is there to deliver justice to injured parties and that means you.
You don't have to go through this process on your own. We're here for the sole purpose of helping people like you with advice, form-filling and the appointment of an expert whiplash claims solicitor.
The most important thing for you to do is to make sure you get the all the details of the other driver involved in the accident. We'll need their name, address and insurance details. It's also helpful to get contact details for any witnesses.
If, after the accident, whether it's hours or days, you start to feel the kind of pains that are typical of whiplash injuries – in your neck, back or shoulder – then see a doctor or go to the local A&E department for a thorough examination.
Once we've heard your account of the accident and if we're satisfied you have grounds for a claim we'll find a solicitor with expertise in whiplash claims, and one who is local to you so it's easy for you to visit his office for any meetings.
Your solicitor will take care of the rest – writing to the other party to inform them of your whiplash claim, corresponding with them on all matters arising, and eventually negotiating a fair and reasonable compensation award.
And all of this is done with no costs to you, because we work on a No Win No Fee basis, and recover all costs and fees from the other party.
So you've nothing to lose and plenty to gain. Call us today!
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Are whiplash claims common?
They certainly are. With over 30 million cars on the roads, accidents are inevitable, and practically any kind of accident can result in whiplash, whether you're a driver, passenger, motorcyclist, cyclist or pedestrian. The law recognises the frequency and seriousness of such injuries, which is why whiplash claims are so common. Start you whiplash claim today