Helping you get compensation after a whiplash injury

A whiplash injury is the most common injury seen in road accidents, being seen after around 20% of crashes. It and often develops 48-72 hours after the accident itself and can cause a painful neck, back and head.

What types of car accidents cause a whiplash injury?

  • 43% are caused by rear end shunts
  • 32% are caused by head on accidents
  • 25% are caused by side on accidents

Motorcyclists and car users who have been in all kinds of accident suffer painful symptoms of whiplash injury, and we work to get compensation for anyone who has been injured this way in a road accident.

If you have developed a whiplash injury in an accident that was not your fault, simply call 0800 78 38 846 and we will give you free information on your right to compensation.

No costs or fees
If you are considering making a claim after suffering a whiplash injury, you may be concerned about the financial risk that could be involved. We guarantee all of our customers that they undertake no financial risk at all when they choose Wheels At Once to handle their whiplash claim.

You will not be asked to pay a penny towards your claim from start to finish, and we will make no deductions from the compensation you are awarded.

Call us for free advice
If you have sustained a whiplash injury in an accident that was not your fault and are considering making a compensation claim, take advantage of our free legal advice on 0800 78 38 846.

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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.