Suffered a whiplash injury in Hertingfordbury? We can help, no money needed
Whiplash is a generic term used to describe injuries that occur in the neck area. A whiplash injury in Hertingfordbury may occur due to the neck being violently and/or suddenly jerked in one direction and then another, either forwards and backwards or side to side. Whiplash is more probable to arise from an accident that has been on the road, but it can also be caused by industrial injuries, sports/leisure injuries, or slips, trips and falls.
If you suffer from whiplash and want information on how much your case could be worth, then use our 30-second online test: www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk.
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What is a whiplash injury in Hertingfordbury?
Whiplash can damage ligaments and muscles whose function is to protect certain areas of your body, such as the back of the spine and the neck. These are called facet capsules, and they are highly prone to whiplash injuries. Your body’s tendons and muscles are stretched past their normal limits, which can result in cases of disc herniation as well as nerve root damage to the vertebrae. In the more extreme cases of whiplash injuries, the vertebrae can become fractured or even dislocated, leading to lifelong problems.
What are the symptoms?
To enable you to claim compensation through Accident Advice Helpline, you must have received medical treatment for your whiplash injury in Hertingfordbury; however, even with the most up-to-date X-ray machines, it can still be difficult to pinpoint. The most common symptoms of whiplash are stiffness and pain in the neck, and turning of the head can be difficult. Pain can also be felt throughout the entire torso in some cases.
As well as musculoskeletal symptoms, you could possibly experience dizziness, nausea, difficulty swallowing, and even blurred vision. Sufferers can become irritable, lack concentration, and experience fatigue, and while these symptoms should usually be quite short-lived they might be endured for a matter of weeks, months, or even years and have an effect on every aspect of your life. Our solicitors will make sure that you are compensated for every single iota of suffering endured, and we can have all of your accident-related expenditures reclaimed through our reimbursement service, which is in addition to your compensation.
Gain advice and consider claiming for your whiplash injury in Hertingfordbury today.
You can speak to our trained advisors on our 24-hour advice helpline in confidence; there will never be any coaxing to proceed with a claim, and all advice is provided with no obligation. You can begin your claim through our advice team, but this will always be your own decision. Call 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 10th August 2014
Author: David Brown