If you need to make whiplash claims in Humberside, it’s possible that you’ve been injured in a road traffic accident. Unfortunately, the impact of a collision can often result in a whiplash injury and, due to this, it’s an incredible common type of injury for people to sustain.
Whiplash generally affects the neck and it can limit your range of movement for quite some time. As the neck is a sensitive area, even a relatively minor collision could result in a whiplash injury occurring. Whilst whiplash doesn’t normally cause any additional complications, it can take a rather long time to heal.
Due to the pain and tenderness associated with the injury, you may find that your daily routine is affected for weeks or months after the incident.
Making whiplash claims in Humberside
If you drive, for example, you may be unable to until you’ve fully recovered. If you’re unable to move your neck as you normally would, you may not have a full range of motion and this could prevent you from seeing dangers on the road.
Additionally, the pain may make you unable to work whilst you’re recovering, particularly if your job involves physical labour of some sort. You may even find it difficult to care for your family or complete daily tasks due to the effects of a whiplash injury.
However, there is action you can take. If you’ve been injured as a result of an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make whiplash claims in Humberside.
Although whiplash isn’t necessarily a serious injury, it can certainly be worth making a claim for it. In addition to obtaining compensation for the injury itself, you can also claim back the cost of your expenses when you make whiplash claims in Humberside.
If you’ve lost income or had to pay for extra help, for example, you could claim these costs back when you take legal action. To find out just how much your claim could be worth, take our 30-second test now.
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If you’re planning on making whiplash claims in Humberside, you may need to act quickly. Generally, claimants are only given 3 years’ in which to make a claim so it’s essential that you take action before this deadline expires.
To find out more about taking legal action, or for assistance with your claim, contact us today. Just call us on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile and we’ll do everything we can to provide the help you need.