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Whiplash Compensation

Whiplash injuries are probably the most common type of road traffic accident. If it was somebody else's fault, you may be entitled to make a whiplash compensation claim. Road traffic accidents are the most common cause of personal injury and we recognise that it is important that claims are dealt with efficiently and quickly.

Most people experience neck pain either immediately after an event or several days later. Delayed symptoms are not unusual when dealing with these injuries. It is important to contact us as soon as possble regarding your claim.

Our professional service has helped many people across the UK claim compensation for personal accidents. We think you should be able to claim compensation if you were injured during an accident and were not to blame. After all that’s only fair, isn’t it?

If your claim is successful, you’ll get 100% of your compensation and we will claim our costs from the insurance company of the person or organisation who is responsible for the accident.


Want to know if you’ve got a case for compensation? Why not use the live chat facility on our home page? You can chat by instant message via the website to one of our qualified solicitors. If you prefer, just enter your phone number or email address and we’ll contact you. Either way, a qualified solicitor will give you a free assessment about whether you are entitled to compensation.

It is very important to instruct a specialist accident compensation solicitor. Choose us - we have many years of experience. You can even find out more about us by visiting the “meet the team” page.

Whiplash is an injury to the cervical spine caused by rapid movement of the head in one direction and then the other. A common scenario in which whiplash occurs is the rear-end collision between motor vehicles. The immediate result of the collision can be injury to the bone or soft-tissue, due to the over-stretching of the joints. The resulting symptoms may present as pain, joint stiffness, headaches, pins and needles in the upper limbs, often taking a few days to commence. In a minor number of cases the symptoms can persist, known as Whiplash Associated Disorders, such as migraines or increased anxiety. It is important to consult a medical professional when possible in order to receive advice and education to assist rehabilitation.

As whiplash is the most common ailment of a road accident, it is therefore unsurprisingly the most common type of injury claim. Laws and regulations surrounding claims for compensation for whiplash injuries vary from country to country, however the 'no win no fee' system used now in the UK has made it increasingly simpler to make these claims. However, this type of injury is often disregarded by many people and fails to be considered a ‘real’ injury, often dissuading people from making a claim for compensation. Yet, in reality, neck injuries can be a debilitating condition. 1 in 7 victims of car accidents who are injured with whiplash suffer significant pain for more than three years after the incident.

Moreover, it is imperative that the claim is submitted as soon as possible so that all evidence required is readily available. Seeking immediate medical advice is crucial as the medical records from a doctor are invaluable when it comes to whiplash accident compensation claims. Other evidence can include pictures, and eye-witness statements. All evidence is valuable as this will increase the likelihood of a successful claim. Furthermore it is important that the clarification of whether the victim is the driver or the passenger is obtained early on, as the latter is virtually guaranteed to be granted a successful claim, regardless of whether the driver is a relative or friend. Minor claims can be settled within months; however more severe cases can take a lot longer. The potential amount to be awarded can range from the provision of medical costs to the amount of £250,000, depending on the severity of the symptoms.

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