Whiplash Injury in Manningtree

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Did you recently sustain a whiplash injury in Manningtree?  If so, you are probably sick of being injured while those around you are fit and well. If it is any consolation,  many people have already suffered a whiplash injury in Manningtree at some point. Others will suffer a whiplash injury in Manningtree in the future. You can be certain of this because whiplash is the most common of all possible injuries that you can suffer during a crash.

What are the symptoms of a whiplash injury?

Whiplash injuries vary in severity. They can cause some or all of the following symptoms:

  • Restricted movement
  • Stiffness and pain in the neck
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Muscle spasms
  • Discomfort in the shoulders and/or arms
  • Depression/anxiety
  • Ill temper

If you suffer whiplash, you may not even be aware of it until several hours after the crash. That’s because it can take a good while for the symptoms of the injury to become apparent.

Steps to take if you suffer a whiplash injury Manningtree

If you have sustained a whiplash injury in the Manningtree area at any point during the past three years, then there are probably measures that you can take to help put things right. You do not just have to suffer along without help if you were not the one to blame for the accident.  You can start a personal injury claim if you were injured because of someone else’s poor decision making on the road.

How much money should you expect to obtain?

If you win your personal injury claim for whiplash, you could get up to seventeen thousand pounds depending on the severity of your injuries and the time it took you to get well again. Because all claims are different, there is no way of telling precisely how much you will receive until you have won your claim in court.

Finding assistance

Several personal injury companies can help you take your claim to court, and Accident Advice Helpline is among the finest of them. We have got a very high success rate when it comes to processing claims. That’s because we have nearly fifteen years’ worth of experience and knowledge when it comes to winning in court and understanding the needs of our clients. All of our solicitors are ‘no win, no fee*’.

Extra information

It may be that you want to ask us questions regarding your whiplash injury.  Alternatively, perhaps you would you like to find out more about Accident Advice Helpline. We have a team of lovely advisers available 24/7 to answer any applicable questions you might have for them. Just call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 on your mobile.

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