Whiplash injury compensation

If you have been involved in a car accident either as a passenger or driver you may have suffered a whiplash injury. Whiplash is extremely common with as many as 20% of people involved in car accidents experiencing it. You are entitled to claim whiplash injury compensation if you can prove that the accident was not your fault.

What is whiplash?
Whiplash is damage to the soft tissue in the neck and upper back. It causes pain in the neck, in the shoulders and back and sometimes even in the hands and arms. The symptoms can also include depression and an inability to sleep. Doctors will try to mobilise the neck and will prescribe an anti-inflammatory drug. Physiotherapy is also recommended.

Wheels At Once can help you to claim whiplash injury compensation
By providing you with a leading personal injury solicitor who has many years experience helping thousands of other people like you. You will get free legal advice as well as the answers to any questions you may have about claiming compensation. We will make sure that you get back any losses you have experienced as a result of your accident. For example if you have had to pay for medical care, you will get this back as part of your compensation.

All our solicitors work on a No Win No Fee basis which means you are protected from all costs. You will receive 100% of your whiplash injury compensation if you win your case and will not have to pay a penny to anyone if you lose. See No Win No Fee for more details.

To make a claim all you need to do is call us for free on 0800 78 38 846 or click here to contact us online.



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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.