Whiplash injury in Datchworth is a term we are all familiar with, we’ve read the newspapers propaganda on the subject, we’ve heard the television commercials promising to help, but do we know what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to whiplash injury in Datchworth?
Whiplash is a simple injury, people just make it sound worse than it is…
Whiplash injury in Datchworth can leave a person permanently disabled, it can leave others with lifelong issues and it can lead to a lifetime of psychological conditions. When whiplash is incurred this is when a persons delicate tissues and muscles are torn, ripped, shredded or stretched which produces absolute agony to the person for an unlimited amount of time. Whiplash is an injury which is often belittled, whiplash is an injury where few people know the facts.
You won’t be able to take time off work for whiplash!
Actually, the average person will have eight weeks off work when recovering from a whiplash injury in Datchworth. This is for time to recover and time to attend the many medical appointments needed to aid a full and proper recovery.
How do you diagnose an invisible injury?
Even with the technology we have today, it can still be difficult to gain a diagnoses for a whiplash injury in Datchworth. Whiplash is also an injury which is rarely diagnosed during hospital admissions following an accident, this is because it takes the muscles time to swell and become obvious – much like it will take a day or two to feel the full effects of exercise. Without detection, whiplash can still be diagnosed if it is determined a victim is suffering with some of the many symptoms that come with whiplash such as; swollen jaw, stiff neck, fatigue, torso pain and nausea.
With so many cases of whiplash now, the compensation can’t be as much as it once was?
Accident Advice Helpline recover more than £35 million every year for clients, our solicitors promise every client that they will be compensated with the maximum money that is possible; we will include all aspects of your suffering to ensure that you are paid well, paid fairly and paid fully for your accident. See how much this could be for you by completing our 30-second test.
What accidents produce whiplash injuries?
Whiplash is most commonly an effect of a road traffic accident, however it can come with any accident which has involved a sudden impact to your head, neck, shoulders or back and can even be the result of a slip, trip or fall.
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Date Published: 22nd June 2014
Author: David Brown