Do you know the pain of whiplash?
If you have been involved in a car accident, or any kind of collision, you may understand the pain of this kind of injury; a whiplash injury for Denmead customers is incredibly painful but thankfully, in the majority of cases it is not a long-lasting injury.
The effects of whiplash
A whiplash injury for Denmead customers can create problems in the short term and even though there are many people who are sceptical about the nature and impact of the injury, when you realise how the injury is caused, you will understand why it can be incredibly painful.
An impact, usually from behind, in a car or other vehicle, forces it forward, sharply and aggressively. As we are often unprepared for the rear-end impact, we are pushed forward too. As our seatbelt keeps the body in the seat, the head, being the heaviest part of the body, snaps back and forward very quickly.
This snapping back and forth motion also pushed the head beyond its normal angle of reach and then back again, very much like an elastic band snapping back and forth. Of course, as previous customers will tell you, this stretched the bones and muscles beyond their normal capacity, leaving the person in pain, as well as stiff and possibly feeling very unwell.
Can you claim compensation?
A whiplash injury for Denmead customers is at best an inconvenience in the short term. It might mean a few days off work, unable to drive, sit or lie comfortably but sometimes the biggest issue is the fact that this injury occurred as a result of an accident that was not their fault.
And for this a whiplash injury for Denmead customers could possibly claim compensation and here at Accident Advice Helpline we can help you do that!
This is what a whiplash injury for Denmead customer would need to do to tap into expert knowledge of the compensation process and personal injury law:
- Call us on 0800 689 0500 and speak to an advisor who will be able to answer all your questions
- Once the advisor has checked the eligibility of your claim against personal injury law they will ask if you if you would like to pursue the claim for compensation
- You are under no obligation to do so but if you do decide to go ahead, your case will be passed to one our legal teams who specialise in whiplash compensation claims.
You can now truly focus on recuperating, knowing that your case is in expert hands and that financial justice is on its way!
Date Published: 14th June 2014
Author: David Brown