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    Whiplash injury in Emborough


    Whiplash injury in Emborough

    How much compensation will you receive for your whiplash injury in Emborough?

    Anyone who has suffered a whiplash injury in Emborough and is considering making a claim will want to know how much money they could be entitled to. However, it is often difficult to put a definitive figure on this. Why? Well there are minor and major whiplash injuries, and every case is different, thus not everyone who has suffered a whiplash injury in Emborough will receive the same amount. Nonetheless, this post will provide an insight into the compensation amounts for whiplash claims, to help you get a better picture.

    Firstly, it is important to establish the fact that whiplash compensation is split into two sections. Firstly you have general damages. This amount is calculated based on the severity of your injury and the impact it is going to have on your life. Secondly, you have special damages, which are also known as out-of-pocket expenses. From hospital car parking tickets to childcare expenses, it covers all of this.

    So, how much compensation could you receive if you have sustained a whiplash injury in Emborough? It all depends on the severity of your case, as mentioned. If you have experienced a minor injury you can receive anything between £750 and £4,250. If you will make a full recovery in less than a year, you are likely to receive an amount lower than £2,500.

    What about moderate and severe whiplash injuries? Moderate whiplash relates to injuries whereby the symptoms will persist for more than a couple of year. In such cases you can receive anything between £4,250 and £7,750. Last but not least, to receive between £7,750 and £13,750 you will have suffered a severe whiplash injury in Emborough whereby the symptoms will continue for the rest of your life.

    The best thing to do to get a full picture regarding the amount you could be entitled to is get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. We are a leading law firm in the UK and provide our advice in abundance to you. Thus, you can ring us on our free legal helpline to speak to one of our experts, who will answer all of your queries and give you the specific details in relation to your case.

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    Date Published: 30th June 2014

    Author: David Brown

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