Our Road Traffic Accident team recently took instruction from a client who suffered whiplash injuries in a non-fault collision.
At the time of the incident, the claimant was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a non-fault crash. The defendant failed to maintain a safe breaking distance and collided with the rear of the vehicle our client was a passenger in.
As a result of the accident, the claimant suffered whiplash injuries to their neck, back and shoulders. Our client reports that their regular duties, such as looking after their children, shopping and general house work, were restricted for a number of weeks after the incident due to the whiplash injuries sustained.
Liability was admitted in this case.
Our team of dedicated Personal Injury solicitors secured a total of £1,788.50 in compensation on this occasion.
Following settlement, our client commented:
“Thank you for all your help! The process has been hassle free!”
Road traffic accident compensation – expert advice
If you’ve suffered whiplash injuries after a road traffic accident that wasn’t your fault, you could be entitled to claim personal injury compensation. Whether you were injured as a driver, passenger, cyclist, or as a pedestrian Hampson Hughes Solicitors could help you claim maximum personal injury compensation.