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Taxi passenger accident compensation


If you have been in a Taxi when it has been involved in an accident, you may have suffered from a whiplash injury.

Whiplash is a common injury sustained when two vehicles collide at speed. When two vehicles collide, the occupants are often subjected to a sudden forwards and backwards motion. This motion can put a great deal of stress on the neck muscles of an individual and can lead to the condition known as whiplash.

Injuries such as whiplash can take many weeks or even months to heal and can in some cases cause long term discomfort.

A whiplash injury also may not immediately be apparent at the time, but in the following hours or days the victim may notice both pain and restricted movement in the neck area.

Even for a minor whiplash injury you may be entitled to a settlement of several hundred pounds for the discomfort you have suffered and for more serious conditions, claims for several thousand pounds are not uncommon as the potential cost of specialist medical treatments will need to be included.

Whatever injuries you have sustained, you should always visit your GP if you have not already been checked by a doctor, as their diagnoses will assist with your injury claim.

The solicitors we work with will assist you with your personal injury claim, whether it was the driver of your Taxi who was at fault or the driver of another vehicle.

To start your injury compensation claim now, call us on 02392 484 244 and we will be happy to help.

Any policyholder can use this service, and it is your legal right to choose who repairs your vehicle. All assistance offered and information given on this page is provided by Car Call UK and its partners , no association or affiliation to any particular insurer is intended in any way, and your statutory rights are unaffected.
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