How much do you get for a serious whiplash claim?


So you have been injured in an accident and it wasn’t your fault and now you are wondering ‘How much do you get for a serious whiplash claim?

Whiplash can result from various causes including car accidents and head trauma. The trauma causes strain to the bones, joints, muscles and nerves in the neck. Common symptoms include neck pain and stiffness and can last for days or months, depending on the injury caused.

However, sufferers often also complain of shoulder and spine pain as well as headaches. Other complaints include pins and needles in the arms and legs. Whiplash injury will be diagnosed and treated by your medical specialist or GP.

The compensation for whiplash depends on the severity of the injury and the duration of your recovery.

So how much do you get for a serious whiplash claim?

Claims for whiplash can vary. Recovery from whiplash can take days, weeks or months depending on the severity of your condition. During this time, your ability to carry out your usual daily routine may be severely impaired.

For example, you may have problems washing and dressing. You may not be able to stand at a stove and cook. You may even have difficulties sleeping properly which may result in problems with concentration as well as irritability and possible mood problems..

All these impairments caused by your whiplash can contribute to your pain and suffering and do not even start to take account of your ability to work.

For all these reasons, Accident Advice Helpline believes that people like you who have suffered injuries in accidents that were not their fault should get the compensation they need and deserve.

Your next step should be to contact Accident Advice Helpline now

Accident Advice Helpline can help you with your whiplash injury claim. We are accident injury specialists and offer you a no win no fee* accident compensation promise.

What is more, we are recommended by consumer champion Esther Rantzen who says ‘You can trust Accident Advice Helpline to look after you.’

How much do you get for a serious whiplash claim?

It is quick and easy to find out with Accident Advice Helpline. Just try Accident Advice Helpline’s 30 second test or pick up the phone and call us directly on
our free 24/7 helpline on 0800 689 0500. You will be put in touch with one of our helpful and friendly staff members who will help guide you through the process.

Alternatively you can text “claim365″ to 88010 or call us on 0333 500 0993 from your mobile.

Call us today, for expert and friendly advice from Accident Advice Helpline.

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