One of the most common injuries PHC Law deal with is whiplash. Predominantly road traffic accidents are the most common cause of whiplash. However, PHC Law also recover whiplash compensation for people who have suffered at whiplash injury at work or due to a slip, trip or fall.
Like any other personal injury claim, there are rules and regulations people need to be aware who are considering pursuing a whiplash claim.
There is a limitation period of which client’s can bring a whiplash claim against the third party responsible for their injury. That period is currently three years from the date of the accident.
If a client does not make a whiplash claim within three years, they risk losing their right to pursue the third party for compensation.
Rushing a claim procedure is not advisable. Once a settlement figure has been agreed, clients cannot re-open the case. Accepting the first offer and/or before recovery could lead to client’s receiving far less than they are entitled to.
With over 30 years experience in personal injury law, clients’ should seek the legal advice and guidance from a personal injury solicitor at PHC Law, here’s why:
Personal injury solicitors know ‘personal injury law’ and are far more likely to increase the value of a whiplash claim compared to an insurance company, for instance.
PHC Law are regulated to the most stringent of standards and have an exceptional reputation for their client care and commitment in ensuring every client receives the maximum amount of compensation they deserve, and entitled to by law.
There are no legal fees, hidden costs or deductions throughout the claims process and if the whiplash claim is successful, the client will receive 100% of their compensation.
Being specialists in personal injury, PHC Law are expertise in ‘personal injury law’ and take into account various factors for considering to include as part of the client’s compensation claim.
“General damages” is the compensation PHC Law evaluate based on the pain, suffering and affect the injury has had on the client’s day-to-day lifestyle and how it will affect them in the future.
PHC Law will also ensure that they client receives a compensation award for “special damages”. “Special damages” is the amount of compensation that is considered as part of the compensation claim for client’s who have suffered any financial losses.
The best way to contact PHC Law regarding a whiplash claim would be to visit their website http://www.phclaw.com for more information, or alternatively, if you would like to speak to one of their personal injury solicitors, you can contact them on their free phone number 0800 612 7 612 for a free consultation.
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PHC Law are personal injury solicitors dealing exclusively with accident compensation claims victims of road traffic accident victims, accident at work victims, through to people who have suffered an injury due to a slip, trip, or fall.