Are you suffering from whiplash injury?

Whiplash injury occurs when the soft tissue in the spine is stretched after a sudden jerky, movement. Whiplash is a personal injury most commonly sustained as the result of a car accident. Particularly, the impact of a rear-end collision can cause the neck to jolt forward and strain.

Whiplash symptoms

  • Headaches
  • Stiffness and pain in the neck and back of the head
  • Numbness or pain in the arm or hand
  • Lower back pain
  • Dizziness
  • Reduced concentration
  • Sleep disturbances

Whiplash injury usually becomes apparent within the first few days following an accident on the road. The symptoms can last just days or weeks depending on the severity of the strain. Most people that suffer whiplash injury have their symptoms diminish within a few months, however severe conditions will require further investigation and in extreme cases surgery may be needed.

Take action against whiplash
If you have had a road accident or even an accident at work and think that you may be suffering from a whiplash injury then please consider the following:

  • Visiting a doctor especially if you lose consciousness or experience memory loss
  • Taking pain killers
  • Resting then following with gentle exercises as prescribed by your doctor

How we can help
If you would like to make a whiplash injury claim for compensation, then contact our friendly team. They are here 24 hours to give you medical and legal advice about what to do following a road accident. We also supply replacement vehicles or can repair any damaged vehicles. To find out more about making a claim for whiplash injury or any other personal injuries, click here to contact us online or call: 0800 78 38 846.



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