Unsure how to locate specialist injury lawyers in Stonehouse to represent your whiplash injury claim?
What is whiplash?
Whiplash is the term used to describe an injury to the neck muscles, tendons or ligaments. It is usually caused when vigorous movement of the head damages them or they are over reached and extended backwards or forwards or sideways, or it can occur if the head received a blow or is struck by a heavy object.
What are the symptoms of whiplash?
Common symptoms of whiplash are pain and stiffness to the neck. Movement may be restricted and the victim may also suffer headaches or dizziness. It can take between 6-12 hours for the symptoms of whiplash to materialise and it usually gets worse before it gets better.
How is whiplash caused?
Many people sustain a Whiplash injury during a road traffic accident and surprisingly Whiplash can occur just as frequently during impacts at low speed as at high speed. Whiplash can also be caused when the head receives a heavy blow, perhaps during a contact sport such as boxing or rugby.
Or it can be caused if the head is struck by a heavy object. A slip or fall where the head is suddenly jolted forwards or backwards can also bring on a whiplash injury.
If you are suffering from a whiplash injury which was sustained during a non fault accident then you may be entitled to claim compensation for your injury and inconvenience.
Find out NOW if you are entitled to make a claim now by entering the details of your accident into the quick and easy: Accident Advice Helpline 30 Second Test
What is the 30 second test?
The 30 Second Test is Accident Advice Helplines’ online calculator. It is simple to use and within moments of inputting the details of your no fault accident it will assess your eligibility to make a personal injury claim following a no fault accident.
I am eligible! What next?
If you are entitled to make an injury claim it is important that you call the helpful and friendly staff at Accident Advice Helpline as soon as possible. This is because there are strict time lines governing personal injury claims and if you miss the three year deadline then you won’t be able to make a claim.
How do I get in touch with injury lawyers in Stonehouse?
To get in touch with professional and experienced injury lawyers in Stonehouse all you need to do is call 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 Their lines are always open so you can be guaranteed that your call will be answered straightaway at a time convenient to yourself.
So if you are looking for help with a no fault accident injury claim then you would be well advised to let Accident Advice Helpline put you in touch with the legal expertise of their injury lawyers in Stonehouse.
Date Published: 14th January 2014
Author: David Brown