Left with a painful neck injury after your road traffic accident? Call us to make your claim a success!
Injuries to the neck are a common trauma that may be sustained following a road traffic accident. Infact, many motorists are afflicted by a particular type of trauma known as whiplash which can affect drivers and their passengers, irrespective of whether they are sat in the front or rear of the vehicle.
If you have been diagnosed with a whiplash injury as the result of a road traffic accident within the last 3 years, then you may wish to find out reliably if you are eligible to pursue a car accident claim in Castle Point.
Who can help establish my eligibility to make a car accident claim in Castle Point?
The legal experts at the dedicated law firm, Accident Advice Helpline are available at the other end of the phone. By providing an unrivalled telephone advice claims line, the helpful team at Accident Advice Helpline can offer you the no obligation advice that you need in order to make a decision for yourself about pursuing your car accident claim in Castle Point.
If you should have any queries about making your car accident claim in Castle Point, then their experienced advisers can assist you over the phone and provide reassuring and relevant advice without delay.
Any injury to the neck should be investigated rapidly after an accident occurs by a medical practitioner. The neck injury may be more serious than first thought and neural damage could be caused if it goes untreated.Open Claim Calculator
Whiplash is caused by a sudden and often violent movement of the neck in any direction under pressure. This jerking motion can cause the delicate ligaments of the neck to be forced in an awkward movement which can tear and damage them.
Diagnosing your neck injury
A whiplash injury may not be apparent at the scene of the accident and often a casualty may be unaware of their injuries until some time after the accident has occurred. It is not unusual for the symptoms to develop over a period of hours up to 24 hours after an accident has happened.
A whiplash injury is diagnosed after a full patient history has been taken and a physical examination is performed.
Symptoms of whiplash may involve:
- Severe pain across the neck, upper shoulders and back
- Stiffness across the neck, upper shoulders and back
- Inability to rotate and nod the head and neck
Making your claim
Making your no win no fee car accident claim for personal injury compensation is simple and straightforward with the experienced team of advisers and injury solicitors at the leading law firm, Accident Advice Helpline. Instant reliable and relevant no obligation advice for your car accident claim is just a phone call away.