People argue over wearing a seat belt in vehicles, it only increases
the possibilities of receiving whiplash because while holding the body
stationary it allows the head to jerk around, yet the alternative is for
Not wearing a seat belt whilst driving is not only illegal but it
increases the possibility of head injury in the event of Vehicle
accident. If the head makes direct contact with steering wheel or the
dashboard it is likely to result in extensive personal injuries. Cuts
and bruises smashed teeth and eye injuries are also possibility.
It is not always the lack of a seat belt that can result in such
devastating personal injuries and people who do fasten belt can find
themselves suffering head injuries as the result of a smash.
How do I claim compensation for my injury?
If the head injury is following a road accident and you was not at
fault, you should consider making a claim. Everyone can choose their
own law firm to act for them and your are not compelled to make claim
with your insurance recommended solicitor. You a completely free to
instruct instant claims to help you claim. Our service is completely
free and you will get 100% of your injury settlement.
Give us a Call on 0141 530 5708 or complete our online claim form
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09 August 2011 @ 20:55Personal injury claims rise in Staffordshire schools
Almost £58,000 in compensation was paid out to Staffordshire schoolchildren for personal injury claims in the last financial year.
There were 11 cases, ranging from trips and slips, to a girl who hurt her arm while putting away a trampoline.
The largest payout was over £10,000 to a pupil who slipped and fell on some logs.
The information was published by Staffordshire County Council after a Freedom of Information (FoI) request.