What is the minimum payout for whiplash?

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If you have sustained a whiplash injury as a result of a road traffic accident, you might be wondering, ‘What is the minimum payout for whiplash?’ so that you can decide whether or not to claim compensation.

The amount of compensation you receive for your whiplash injury will depend on a range of factors, including the severity of your injuries, the length of time it will take you to recover and your prognosis.

What is the minimum payout for whiplash of a mild to moderate nature?

The minimum payout for mild whiplash is £850. You will receive this amount if your pain and suffering lasts for a few months.

What is the minimum payout for whiplash of a severe nature?

The minimum payout for severe whiplash is £5,000. You will receive this amount if your injuries are likely to cause you indefinite pain and suffering.

How can I maximise my compensation payout?

To receive the best possible compensation settlement, you will need to speak with an Accident Advice Helpline solicitor. Only then will you be able to ensure that your claim is in good hands.

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