If you are seeking to claim compensation for your whiplash injury in Gerrards Cross, then you have come to the right law firm. Accident Advice Helpline was created in the year 2000, making us one of the longest established law firms to specialise in personal injury.
Our solicitors will provide every client with our compensation promise, which is that the money you receive in compensation will be the absolute maximum possible. We also offer a Reimbursement Service for clients to reclaim all of their out of pocket expenses which were caused by their whiplash injury in Gerrards Cross.
This is on top of your compensation money and yet another way Accident Advice Helpline can help you after your whiplash injury. If you would like to see how much recompense you could receive by going through us, and also if your case will be eligible for compensation then complete our 30-second test.
We handle over 25,000 phone enquiries every month and we aim to help all; if we cannot speak to you at your time of call then we won’t place you in a queue wasting your time but we will call you back.
How to Cope With Your Whiplash Injury in Gerrards Cross?
Whiplash can be a limiting condition, which means that given time and with basic treatment received, the pain and discomfort will eventually get better. If you have been a victim of whiplash injury in Gerrards Cross then it is better for you to be active as soon as possible and to avoid using a brace, or collar for the neck area.
Although you are going to experience pain when moving the neck, it is imperative to keep it mobile from an early stage. This will contribute to a speedy rehabilitation and increased movement. You should seek medical attention as soon as you can however.
You can take pain relief medicines such as ibuprofen and paracetamol as well as employing temperature home aids like ice packs or hot water bottles to ease the pain at home. If your whiplash injury in Gerrards Cross has not subsided after six months then this is referred to as chronic whiplash or late whiplash syndrome which will then entail specialised medical treatment.
In these cases, you could be referred to specialists as well as being provided with stronger painkillers such as codeine and also have the choice of attending physiotherapy sessions. Call Accident Advice Helpline free on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile phone for free, no-obligation advice about making a claim.