Injury Solicitors in Dawlish explain the ins and outs of a whiplash injury claim
Railway spine is the old name for a whiplash injury because before the invention of cars it was common to sustain it in rail crashes. Before the railways it was just a pain in the neck, which is what it still is of course, now we just have a name for it, although whiplash is not a medical term.
Most people relate it to rear end shunts in cars but there are many other ways it can happen. Any sudden knock or jolt to your head will damage the tendons and ligaments in the neck, the result being whiplash.
Whiplash itself is not life threatening, but some of the side affects can ruin people’s lives. It can cause Complex Chronic Pain Disorder where the victim would be in pain daily for the rest of their life.
If you sustain a whiplash injury through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim and you should contact injury solicitors in Dawlish to help you with it.
Injury solicitors in Dawlish have handled many whiplash claims, they know what you need
It is not just the neck that can be affected by whiplash, in some cases victims will also experience:
- Pain in the neck
- A stiff neck
- Shoulder pain
- Pins and needles in the arms and legs that may turn to aches
- Blurred vision
When you are making your whiplash injury claim, injury solicitors would take into account whatever symptoms you have, the impact of the injury on your life and any costs and losses incurred because of the accident.
Accident Advice Helpline will help with your whiplash injury claim
Your claim will be affected by many different factors all of which Accident Advice Helpline would include in your claim to maximise the amount of compensation you receive. We have been helping victims to get the compensation they deserve for over 13 years and many thousands of them have received recompense for the suffering someone else caused.
At Accident Advice Helpline you will get a professional, friendly service second to none from friendly and helpful professionals, here to help you make your personal injury compensation claim.
You can call our freephone number, 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993, which is open all day, all week. The expert claims advisors will discuss the details of your accident and injuries and then let you decide if you want to make a claim.
On our website there is an online claim form, or you could try the 30-second test, which will give you some guidance about the amount of compensation you might be awarded.
We operate a No Win No Fee* agreement, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us. The initial contact, either by telephone or website is free, we need no money for your claim to begin and we need no money if your claim is lost.