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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Why do delayed reactions with whiplash symptoms occur?


    ContentsWhat is whiplash?What symptoms might arise if you do develop whiplash?Why might you get delayed reactions with whiplash?Can you make a claim for compensation following a car accident?If you have ever been in a road accident, you’ll know how quickly they can occur and how quickly the impact can happen, too. The impact leads to….

    How to successfully cope with loss of appetite after your injury


    ContentsAccidents can potentially happen anywhereSuffering from a loss of appetite?Understanding PTSDEating wellSeeking advice about your accident, and about the odds of claiming compensationMost of us know what it’s like to suffer a loss of appetite. Falling ill can have this effect, even if we only have a cold. But some people suffer from a loss….

    Injury after effects: Loss of appetite


    Head injuries suffered in work accidents, traffic accidents or by falling, tripping or slipping can cause emotional, cognitive and physical after effects. Even mild concussions, which are usually temporary, may cause long-term effects by stretching or tearing the brain’s nerve fibres. Post concussion syndrome Loss of appetite after sustaining an injury may indicate PCS (post….

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