If you have been injured in a road traffic accident or suffered a whiplash injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to make a claim for whiplash compensation.
“Whiplash” is the term used to describe a soft tissue injury to the neck, back and shoulders. Every year, our team of specialist road traffic accident solicitors recover hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of whiplash compensation for motorists who have suffered a whiplash injury.
Our specialist road traffic accident solicitors have a wealth of experience in handling whiplash claims. We are here to help you gain the maximum amount in compensation you deserve for the pain and suffering the injury has caused you, and recoup any financial losses you have suffered.
Offering no win no fee legal representation, making a whiplash injury claim with us is very straightforward and gives you peace of mind as you do not have to pay any legal costs, win or lose. We are a reputable firm of personal injury solicitors, and can inform you within minutes if your claim will be approved.
“How much compensation for whiplash?” is one of the most frequently asked question that we receive from people who contact us to pursue a whiplash claim. The amount of compensation for whiplash you could expect to receive depends on the extent of the injury, the affect the injury has had on your day-to- day lifestyle, and whether the injury has resulted in you suffering any financial loss. Every individual’s circumstances are different and no two cases are the same.
To make a successful whiplash claim requires proof that another party is responsible for your injuries. Here are a few examples of what information you will need to provide to start your whiplash injury claim today:
- The contact and vehicle details of the third party responsible for your injury.
- If the accident was reported to the police, you will need to inform your solicitor of which police station the accident was reported to, or attended the scene.
- The contact details of any witnesses who saw the accident happen.
- The contact details of the hospital or GPs’ surgery you attended.
- Provide any photographic evidence of the accident scene and of your injuries.
For a free consultation and to see how much compensation you could be entitled too, call our free phone number today, call 0800 612 7 612 or start your claim online today and we will be in touch with your shortly.