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    How much do you get for chronic whiplash claim?

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    How much do you get for chronic whiplash claim?

    How much do you get for chronic whiplash claim?

    If you are wondering how much do you get for a chronic whiplash claim, we can provide an estimate of the potential award. You just need to take the 30 second test which can be found on each page of our website, and the figure will be provided straight away. But before discussing this further, what exactly is whiplash and how might it affect you after your accident?

    Claiming personal injury compensation for whiplash

    Whiplash occurs when the head is thrown forward and then back with force. The result is that an enormous pressure is placed on the muscles and ligaments of the neck and shoulders, and severe pain is often experienced in these circumstances.

    Although often associated solely with neck pain, the shoulder area is often affected by whiplash and can cause ongoing problems with upper body movement. If your ability to work is affected, your claim for personal injury may be geared towards supplementing or replacing your income for a period of time.

    How much do you get for a chronic whiplash claim with ‘no win, no fee*’?

    Using no win, no fee*’ allows your claim to begin without having to pay any fees in advance, and should you lose your case there will be no legal fees to pay your solicitor. Of course, we endeavour to ensure that your case is not only successful, but that we negotiate on your behalf for the best award possible.

    We can estimate this amount if you call our helpline. Professional advisers will take a few details about your accident and provide the figure straight away. This amount can also be obtained via our website, using the online calculator for compensation.

    Claim with Accident Advice Helpline’s expert legal team

    We have a full team of solicitors working in-house, and offer practical knowledge and expertise of making personal injury claims. If you are wondering how much do you get for a chronic whiplash claim, your specialist solicitor will be able to give you an idea plus an indication of how long your claim will take to complete.

    One aspect of claiming compensation can dissuade people from taking legal action for personal injury – having to go to court. We understand that this is a daunting prospect for many, and because of this aim to process claims over the phone whenever possible.

    You can find out more about claiming for whiplash injuries by phoning 0800 689 0500 from a landline or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Call today to speak to a professional adviser and gain more understanding of the practical implications of claiming compensation.

    Category: Whiplash claims

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.