Whiplash is a very common car accident injury, but it might take you a day or two and sometimes longer to realise that you are suffering from it. After your car accident, it is best to call a good Personal Injury solicitor* who specialises in car accident claims. If you develop symptoms of whiplash, they will work on getting you a reasonable settlement in your car accident claim.
It is interesting to note that often, whiplash injury from a car accident is worse in those who already have a condition that affects their mobility, such as arthritis, and it may take them weeks or even months to recover. In some cases, whiplash is associated with chronic pain.
Because whiplash can take a few days to cause you physical problems, it is best to see a GP or go to A&E straight away and get yourself medically treated. All injuries should be examined by a doctor as soon as possible.
Our areferred road traffic accident solicitors have built up their experience by successfully representing hundreds of people who have suffered whiplash injuries. They are ready and waiting to take your call and will talk you through the entire whiplash claims process from start to finish in plain simple English.
When it comes to helping people injured in road traffic accidents, they pride themselves on their commitment to clear, regular communication by keeping you fully updated from the first phone call right through until the moment that you receive your compensation cheque. They firmly believe that whiplash accident claims work the very best when all parties understand each and every step involved. Their friendly and experienced solicitors are here to answer any questions you might have during your claim, giving you the total confidence to get on with your life whilst they get on with your compensation claim.
They want to help you to get back on the road as quickly as possible! If you’ve been injured in a road traffic accident that was not your fault, either as a driver or a passenger and you are suffering the effects of whiplash then please speak to our referred solicitors about your situation.
Disclaimer: *In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.