Whiplash injury in the City of London


Long term effects of whiplash injury

If you have an accident and sustain a whiplash injury in the City of London, you may have to accept that it could take a little while for your body to get back to normal. Even the most minor whiplash injury could leave long term effects which make it difficult for you to get back to your everyday life, as the injury affects your mobility and can leave you in pain for some time.

The more serious your injury, the more likely it is to affect your life, so it is natural to want to know how long you are likely to be suffering from this injury so that you can start to plan your next move.

If you have sustained a whiplash injury in the City of London and want to claim compensation, you may find that the money you get from this claim can help you to get by financially as well as help you with the emotional fallout of sustaining such an injury.

You can make claiming compensation for your whiplash injury in the City of London that much easier by calling Accident Advice Helpline on: 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile and speaking to the team about what caused your whiplash injury in the City of London, and what evidence you have for a claim.

If you have enough evidence for a strong claim you will work with experienced personal injury lawyers to make a start on your claim.


Headache is one of the major symptoms of whiplash, and one which you may still be feeling the effects of up to six months after even a minor whiplash injury. This is because the muscles and tendons which have been damaged in your neck are directly related to the sensations you feel in your head, and whilst these are still fragile you are more vulnerable to getting bad headaches.

However, your doctor can prescribe painkillers which will help you to deal with this sort of pain more easily, and if you limit them to when you are actually feeling pain in your head you should be able to control them.

Limited mobility

It is normal for you to have a more limited range of mobility in your neck and shoulders after a whiplash injury in the City of London. This can make it difficult to go back to full independence, as you may struggle to do a more physical job, or even just a job where you sit at a computer all day.

Sleep problems

This is one of the symptoms of whiplash which you may not automatically place with your other symptoms, but it can be a long term symptom of the injury you have suffered, long after any other symptoms have gone away. Speak to your doctor if you are having sleep problems to see if there is a medical solution.

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