Car accident compensation may be available if you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault. Whatever your circumstances, our dedicated team of car accident solicitors could help you to secure maximum personal injury compensation. Discover today how we could help you – remember, we offer you a FREE no-obligation consultation.
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There are several types of injury commonly associated with car accident claims. If you have experienced any of the following injuries as a result of a car accident, we could help you to claim maximum personal injury compensation.
You may have suffered a brain injury even if there are no visible cuts or bruises to your head – following a sudden impact, your brain could move inside your skull, causing swelling and bleeding.
Facial injuries include fractures, bruising, and lacerations. Facial trauma commonly results from contact with shattered glass, or from impacting the steering wheel, dashboard, airbag, or windshield.
Whiplash is the most common type of neck injury associated with car accident claims. You may experience mild to severe symptoms, including pain, soft tissue damage, and cervical dislocation.
The lumbar region is the most vulnerable area of the back during a car accident. Common injuries include severe strains and herniated discs. Back injuries often require long-term treatment.
A car accident may cause internal injuries to the organs. For example, fractured ribs could puncture the lungs, liver, and kidneys. The impact may also cause ruptures in the bowels and arteries.
Following a road accident, you may experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD affects an estimated one in three people who have experienced a traumatic event. What is important to remember is that symptoms of PTSD may develop over months or years.
PTSD symptoms include:
We advise speaking to us as soon as you believe that you may be entitled to car accident compensation. Any cause for delay in beginning your car accident claim may be taken into account regarding your claim time limit. For further information, please see our ‘personal injury claim time limit’ page or contact us today for instant answers and peace of mind.
If you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you could be entitled to maximum personal injury compensation. Depending on your circumstances, we may be able to help you to access expert medical care as part of your car accident claim. For further information on the types of rehabilitation support that could be available, please see ‘my rehabilitation’.
To begin your car accident claim, contact us today for your FREE no-obligation consultation.
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