Accident Advice Helpline consists of various accident injury teams such as the accident injury in Berkshire team. These teams are experts in dealing with accident injuries and in gaining cash compensation for the injured parties.
Accident injury in Berkshire team
The accident injury in Berkshire team is no stranger to accidents injuries. This team has helped numerous clients gain compensation for their accident injuries. Recently the accident injury in Berkshire team has dealt with a large number of clients who have suffered neck injuries following an accident.
If, like these clients mentioned above, you too have suffered a neck injury or a whiplash injury you could well be eligible to make a neck injury claim, as long as the accident was not your fault.
Neck injuries can range from very minor injuries to more serious ones and can often lead to effects on other parts of the body. Neck Injuries can affect the vertebrae and may often turn into a more serious and more painful neck and shoulder injury. The most common kind of problem is whiplash, which can cause significant and severe neck pain. When whiplash occurs it can be hard to tell how long it will last. There is always the possibility of chronic neck injury which may never fully go away, or the pain may be shorter-lived.
Claims for neck injuries
Neck injuries can occur in many different kinds of situations, and claims can be filed with the accident injury in Berkshire team when the damage is not the fault of the injured party but the fault of someone else. Neck injuries often occur in car cccidents, most particularly when people suffer a neck injury through sustaining whiplash.
Neck injuries may often seem fairly minor and not cause too much discomfort, however they can very quickly become a lot more serious. As the part of the body that connects the brain to the rest of the body, a healthy neck is vital in allowing people to function as they normally would. As this is the case, when you suffer a neck injury, you must seek medical help immediately. Please remember that it is possible to suffer a delayed reaction to injury, so do not assume that everything is fine just because it doesn’t hurt. Always follow the rule of it is better to be safe than sorry and have your neck injury checked out by a medical professional.
Any kind of injury to the neck must be cared for correctly and properly in order to ensure that you make a full and complete recovery. The only way of doing this is to make sure you get an accurate neck injury diagnosis and then after that get the best possible treatment available. You may also need to take time off work in order to rest the neck while you recover. This can be costly and put you through financial strain.
Simply call Accident Advice Helpline on our helpline numbers 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 18th July 2013