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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury lawyer in Thornhill

    If you have received whiplash because you were in an accident, you might be surprised that you are able to make a claim for that whiplash that you suffered. One of the best things that you can do to get an amount for your whiplash is to get an injury lawyer in Thornhill to help you, or ask us – the experts. Below are some possible amounts that you can get for whiplash. Keep in mind that these may fluctuate depending on what the circumstances are behind your accident, but these are some good figures to go by.

    Possible whiplash injury claims amounts for minor whiplash that an injury lawyer in Thornhill might be able to get you

    Minor whiplash injuries might just include moderate pain and neck injuries which recover completely in just a couple weeks or could take as long as two years. For these types of cases, many people receive anywhere from:

    £750 – £2,500 when a complete recovery is made in a year

    £2,500 -£4,250 when a complete recovery is made in two years

    Possible amounts for moderate whiplash that an injury lawyer in Thornhill might be able to get you

    These kinds of injuries when the pain is more severe and a recovery time is longer. The person also might be more vulnerable. For these kinds of claims, people receive in the neighborhood of:

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    £4,250 – £7,750

    Possible whiplash injury claims amounts for severe whiplash that an injury lawyer in Thornhill might be able to get you

    If a person has permanent symptoms which cause them ongoing pain, this is the most severe type of whiplash. The amount that many people receive due to this kind of whiplash varies from:

    £7,750 – £13,750

    The thing to remember about these figures is that the amounts can vary from case to case. The amount that someone gets might be more or less than the amounts stated here depending on other kinds of circumstances such as their ability to work or other kinds of injuries that they may have suffered because of the accident. One of the best things that you can do if you have been in an accident and you have an injury is to find a solicitor who can help you with your case. Having a solicitor is going to give you a better chance of winning your case because they know the law better than you do and they can gather the evidence that will help you with your case.

    If you would love to have advice with getting the right injury lawyer, our company is pleased to guide you. Just simply call up our phone number 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 and let us know what you will need.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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