Facts about whiplash injury
For many years suffers of whiplash injury could be easily identified by the uncomfortable looking neck brace that they were required to wear. However, this image is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. More and more doctors are now recommending that gentle movement is far more beneficial for a whiplash injury than the total immobility previously advised. (Check with your doctor, however, before attempting any sort of exercise following a car accident).
More than just a pain in the neck
While whiplash injury is very rarely serious, it can be painful and often debilitating for a period of time. Headaches and nausea are not uncommon, and some people can feel extremely tired as their body begins the healing process. Most people, therefore, find that it is necessary to take some time off work – anything between a couple of days and several months is not unusual depending on the severity of the whiplash injury.
We’ll help you make a claim
If you’ve received a whiplash injury as a result of a car crash which wasn’t your fault, then you have the right to claim accident compensation. This will help you cope with the unexpected financial losses which your injury has caused – such as loss of earnings, treatment and prescription costs, traveling expenses etc – as well as compensating you for the injury itself.
Personal injury solicitors
Our personal injury solicitors can provide expert representation to get you the maximum amount of compensation for your whiplash injury. All you need to do in the first instance is contact us with all the details of the car accident you were involved in, and we can advise you as to whether you have a case for claiming accident compensation. If you decide to proceed, we’ll ask you to start keeping a diary charting your recovery from the whiplash injury, and to file away any receipts from expenses that you’ve incurred.
Free legal advice about your whiplash injury
If the car accident in which you were involved was not your fault and occurred within the last three years, then call us now on 0800 78 38 846 or click here to contact us online. Our free legal advice is entirely impartial and the decision as to whether or not to proceed with your case for whiplash injury compensation will be yours.
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