What is whiplash?
Whiplash is the name given to an injury suffered by someone involved in a road traffic accident after his or her head is suddenly forced forwards, backwards or sideways from the result of a collision.
Whiplash can affect drivers and passengers and the symptoms may last a few days or for many months and even years, which is referred to as chronic whiplash.
Symptoms commonly associated with whiplash include:
- pain or stiffness in the neck
- reduced or painful neck movement
- soreness in the neck muscles
Other symptoms that are not so common include:
- pain or numbness in arms and hands
- back pain
Are you entitled to whiplash compensation?
If your whiplash is a result of someone else’s bad driving you could be entitled to whiplash compensation.Open Claim Calculator
Whiplash Calculator in the UK
A quick way to find out how much compensation you could be entitled to is by using the Whiplash Calculator in the UK. However, while the Whiplash Calculator in the UK can give you a rough idea of how much compensation you might receive, calling Accident Advice Helpline for expert legal advice will give you a better idea of what you can expect from the compensation process.
Accident Advice Helpline and Whiplash Calculator in the UK – the perfect pair
After using the Whiplash Calculator in the UK to find out how much you could receive in compensation, calling Accident Advice Helpline is the next step. Our helpline is open 24/7, allowing you to call at your convenience. We can answer any questions that you may have about the compensation process and help put you in touch with a legal team that will help you to cover the costs that have arisen as a result of the whiplash.
You can rest assured knowing that the lawyers and solicitors we work with operate on a no win no fee* basis. There’s no obligation to make a claim if you get in touch with us, but should you choose to you can be confident that the expert legal services you benefit from won’t cost you a penny if your case isn’t successful.
What are you waiting for?
Whiplash claims generally need to be made within three years of the incident, so don’t wait – use the Whiplash Calculator in the UK to find out today how much compensation you could win.