Whiplash injuries are the most common type of suffering caused by people who have been hit in the rear by another vehicle. The term has traditionally been used only for rear end shunts but is now used to describe all types of soft tissue neck and back injuries.
Typical whiplash injury and whiplash symptoms are pains to the neck, shoulder and back. Many people suffer dizziness and headaches and feel a dull throb in their neck a tingling sensation in their arms. The pain can also extend into the shoulders and back region. It is a soft tissue injury and is caused by your neck muscles suddenly been stretched and pushed in a way that they are not used to.
Whiplash injury symptoms can become apparent immediately or can take anything from a couple of hours to several days to develop. Pain killers can assist for short term pain relief but it is important that you seek medical advice if the pain becomes too much.
With the increase in traffic on the roads whiplash injuries are becoming more common and many people seek to claim whiplash compensation for the ordeal that they have suffered. The amount of whiplash compensation you receive is calculated by considering the length of time you suffer pain due to your whiplash injury and the degree of pain that you experience. You will also be able to recover compensation for any restrictions to your home or family life and recover any uninsured losses and expenses that you have incurred due to the accident. Uninsured losses are medication, traveling expenses, vehicle repairs and damage to your vehicle.
Compclaim Solicitors will guide you through the whiplash claim process .
Often it can be a complicated process if both sides blame each other in a road traffic accident and it is important to ensure that you get professional representation from a Solicitor to pursue your whiplash claim.
Dependant on your symptoms the whiplash recovery period can differ from person to person. To aid your recovery physiotherapy may assist as it has been shown that receiving early treatment can improve the recovery period.
It is important that you record all details of the accident of the accident and the other parties details when claiming compensation for whiplash injuries. This will enable your Personal Injury Solicitors to process your claim quickly and efficiently and get you the compensation that you deserve. Remember also to keep an accurate record of the date and time of the accident, any witness details and the insurance and vehicle details of the guilty party.
With many years experience in handling personal injury claims, we believe our clients deserve high standards of service. We speak to you in plain English and ensure that every step of your personal injury compensation claim is handled with the utmost professionalism.
If you would like to discuss your whiplash injury claim in absolute confidence complete our no obligation application form and one of our advisors will call you back or call us now on 0845 053 1601