Have You Had Your Whiplash Injury in East Bolden Diagnosed?
It can be difficult to obtain a full diagnosis for a whiplash injury in Bolden, but it’s imperative in order to make a claim for compensation that you have documented proof of your injury. This also aids our solicitors to build a more substantial case for you. If you make a claim for your whiplash injury in East Bolden through Accident Advice Helpline there will be no money needed as we always take cases on on a no win no fee policy.
Accident Advice Helpline also guarantee maximum compensation for every client, see how much this could be for your whiplash injury in East Bolden by completing our 30 second test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk
Getting Your Whiplash Injury in East Bolden Confirmed…
Whiplash can be be diagnosed by describing your symptoms to your doctor and tests aren’t normally required. If you have been involved in an accident which has involved a sudden impact to your neck area and this has resulted in pain then you must visit your doctor as soon as this becomes notable – which could be up to two days after the accident as whiplash is rarely immediately obvious.
You doctor is likely to examine your neck for signs of tenderness and muscle spasms, also to assess how able you are to move the head comfortably. You will usually only be referred for x-rays, MRI’s or scans if your doctor suspects another issue such as a fracture.
How Common is Whiplash?
Whiplash is reported to account for over 75% of all personal injury claims made in Great Britain and it is the most common injury to follow a transport accident, especially one which has been traveling at a lower speed.
For most sufferers of a whiplash injury in East Bolden, pain will subside with time but in some cases it can be more severe and prolonged which will be referred to as a chronic case. When pain lasts for months, as oppose to weeks, it is more likely to bring on psychological conditions such as depression and anxiety.
Prolonged cases of a whiplash injury in East Bolden can make it troublesome to conduct daily activities, enjoy leisure time and maintain employment. It could also have an affect on your relationships, it is important to visit your doctor if the pain is persisting and causing issues with everyday activities and your working life.
We know it’s hard, but as one of the country’s longest running law firms who specialise in personal injury, we see cases such as this almost daily and we know it is very important to try and remain positive; focus on your recovery and leave the compensation worries to us.
It is likely that your whiplash will have produced out of pocket expenses which were because of your accident, such as vehicle damage but we have these covered through our Reimbursement Service. See how we can help you further by speaking to our no obligation advisors on: 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993.