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    Checklist for the whiplash settlement calculator


    Checklist for the whiplash settlement calculator

    A calculator for whiplash settlement includes a set of specific headings, and under each one the detail required is specific. It helps to know in advance, what information you would have to collect in order to not only make a successful claim but to win the right amount.  A checklist for the whiplash settlement calculator will help you work out the following:

    Checklist for the whiplash settlement calculator

    Whiplash injury varies enormously from mild to severe, and the range of side-effects can be extensive. Most people only take a few days or a couple of weeks to recover from a sore neck, in which case the whiplash settlement calculator will come up with a smaller figure than if you have a very serious whiplash injury.

    Whiplash with complications

    Some sufferers end up with migraine, problems with vision, hearing or balance, which can persist for months, or appear intermittently. Other consequences are injury to the upper spine, shoulder pain, numbness and muscle pain in the arms, and restricted neck movement. It is these cases which are difficult for the whiplash settlement calculator to calculate.

    If you are unfortunate enough to have been badly injured, you may be off work and you should calculate your loss of earnings. The tricky bit is working out how long you might be off work for. Extra medical bills, transport to and from treatment, help and support at home – all these things are additional items to build into the claim.

    The negotiating phase

    After you submit your claim, the insurance company will assess it and they will come back to you with an offer. This will probably lower than your claim, and you will need to negotiate a settlement that is deemed fair by both sides. You should ensure you can back up all the items in your claim with your receipts and other documentation.

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    Accident Advice Helpline; use our checklist for settlement calculator

    Of course, that’s what we’re here for. If you would prefer not to go through the trauma of negotiating with the insurance company on your own, you can ask us to do it for you. You can start your claim online, and run it though our whiplash settlement calculator. We will prepare your claim, submit it and negotiate it. Most claims these days are settled over the phone or by correspondence, and the majority of claimants don’t have to go to court. We prepare the paperwork and send it over for you to check and sign. Contact our friendly and professional advisers today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline or on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile and find out more.

    Date Published: 5th September 2013

    Author: Louise Thacker

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