After being in an accident, many people suffer from whiplash. This is because they have been thrown forward as their vehicle has crashed into another object. But what are the key facts about whiplash? And what should you if you are suffering from the main symptoms?
A Specialist Whiplash Claims Solicitor
Here at Claims Partnership in Preston, we are highly experienced in dealing with road traffic accidents. But, why should you trust us to help you with your compensation claim?
- All our clients will receive a minimum percentage of the compensation they are awarded, and we agree the minimum percentage before we begin our work.
- We only bill our clients after they have received their compensation payment.
- Anyone who uses our personal injury claims service will receive a minimum of 70% of the compensation we secure.
- We can also help with any medical or rehabilitation needs that our clients may have.
What Should You Do After an Accident?
First and foremost, you must always call the emergency services after being in a serious accident. Reporting the accident to the police and seeking medical attention is vital. Even if you only feel a slight stiffness in your neck, your symptoms could become much worse if you do not speak with a medical professional right away.
Secondly, you should secure as much evidence as you can. Obtaining the details of other drivers and witnesses is the right place to start. You should also take photographs of the damage done to your car, and jot down any details about the accident to make sure you don’t forget anything.
Finally, you should always be wary of dealing with the other driver’s insurance company. Usually, they will offer you money to stop you from making a claim. However, this is usually just a fraction of the amount that you could win in court. You should also think twice about using the solicitor appointed by your own insurance company. Your insurance company does not have a right to do this, and you can pick a specialist solicitor of your own choosing who will work best for you.
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