Whiplash injury news
11/10/2007

Elvis impersonator all shook up after car accident

One of Britain's leading Elvis impersonators is looking forward to getting back on stage after suffering extensive whiplash injuries whilst returning from a gig.

The 42-year-old was involved in a car accident which saw him collide with another vehicle at 70mph and paramedics initially feared he had suffered a broken neck. He was rushed to hospital but X-rays and scans revealed that he had sustained serious whiplash instead.

The Lancashire-born man - who has been impersonating The King for 20 years - has played to packed-out venues across the globe and has even had the honour of performing for the Queen.

A spokesman from his management company said, "We are confident that [his] resolve will see him through this accident and hopefully be back on stage before his fans in the near future - hopefully as soon as the doctors allow him to."

It is not clear if the Elvis impersonator is planning to make a car accident claim for whiplash injury compensation.

 

 

 
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