WHIPLASH INJURY


Whiplash is common for someone who has been involved in a rear-end car accident, this causes aches and pains in and around their neck. This pain is caused by a “Whiplash-like” movement of the neck as a result of sudden impact of a collision.
Whiplash symptoms

Whiplash symptoms often appears soon after and accident , symptoms are varied any may include all  or some of the following.

  • Headache
  • Pain or stiffness to the neck, back, jaw, shoulders, or arms
  • Dizziness or balance problems
  • Numbness, pins and needles, burning or prickling in shoulders, arms or hands
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Blurred vision
  • Ringing in the ears
How do I claim compensation for my injury?

If the whiplash is following a road accident and you was not at fault, you should consider making a  claim. Everyone can choose their own law firm to act for them and your are not compelled to make claim with your insurance recommended solicitor. You a completely free to instruct instant claims to help you claim. Our service is completely free and you will get 100% of  your injury settlement.


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