A whiplash injury in Landrake – what do you actually know about it?
A whiplash injury in Landrake accounts for 75% of personal injury claims in your area. It is an injury that is associated with an accident that has involved speed and force, which is why whiplash is commonly linked with road traffic accidents, industrial accidents and slips, trips and falls.
For 50% of victims who have a whiplash injury in Landrake they will see a full recovery within six months and have no lasting effects. For 2% of victims, a whiplash injury will mean that life will never be the same again and their mobility will be permanently limited.
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Whiplash – Fact Vs Fiction
Whiplash cannot be seen with the eye, or even with the most advanced of x-ray of scanning machines. This does not mean that it is not worthy of a compensation claim.
Whiplash cannot be made up just to claim. Accident Advice Helpline will not consider any claim which has not been expertly assessed and diagnosed by a certified medical professional.
Whiplash does not just happen in high speed accidents. A whiplash injury in Landrake can be sustained through an accident where a vehicle was traveling at just 5 m.p.h – the same speed as a milk float!
You can take time off work for whiplash. For the average whiplash sufferer, there will be 8 weeks of work lost. For those with extreme cases, working again will be difficult and to maintain employment, career changes are likely.
Whiplash is not a new injury. Whiplash was actually the first ever personal injury claim made for compensation, more than 100 years ago when a man was involved in a train crash and began to feel the signs and symptoms that we know today to be whiplash.
Whiplash has an abundance of symptoms. People who have received a whiplash injury in Landrake can also suffer with any number of the following: dizziness, vertigo, fatigue, pins and needles, muscle spasms, memory loss, migraines, insomnia, nausea, torso pain, swollen jaw, difficulty swallowing, feel light headed, be irritable and experience varying degrees of physical pain.
Claim with Accident Advice Helpline
One in four sufferers of a whiplash injury in Landrake will also experience psychological suffering, alongside the physical pain. This could be stress, anxiety, phobias or depression. By talking to our team of 100% no obligation advisors, you can find out what the most appropriate course of action will be for yourself. You can also find out how much compensation you could receive and even begin your no-win, no-fee claim today! call 0800 689 0500 / 0333 500 0993 from mobiles.
Date Published: 8th August 2014
Author: David Brown