Whiplash injuries are very common in car accidents. Whiplash is a neck damage that had occurred when the head violently moved backward and forward at the time of accident. There are major car whiplash injuries wherein the victims suffer with it throughout their lives.
There are minor whiplash injures which are cleared up quickly. The symptoms are pain, stiffness while moving the head and sometimes headaches continuing for a longer period after a car accident. An experienced solicitor must be approached so as to get the right compensation for your car accident claim.
You are entitled for whiplash compensation if you are not at fault during the accident. The personal injury solicitor deals with these kinds of whiplash claims and takes up the cases on a "No Win No Fee" basis. This means that only if the claim is successful you would have to pay the solicitor fees. And if the claim is unsuccessful you do not have to pay the solicitor anything. The solicitors ensure that you keep the entire whiplash compensation claim. These car whiplash claims are the most common car injury or personal injury claims that are made across the UK. There is an increase in the number of road accidents in the recent past in the country.
The other whiplash injuries also occur due to slips and trips and similar kinds of accidents. The injuries might vary from a major neck injury that lasts for several months and years to minor neck injury that lasts for few weeks. The major car whiplash can be cured with painkillers, physiotherapy and light exercises which may be continued depending upon the severity. In order to be eligible to make a whiplash claim, the accident should occur within the last three years and the victim should receive medical attention on the whiplash injury.
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Don't be put off by the prospect of the legal process. Yes, there is a detailed procedure to be followed, accurately and quickly, but you are not on your own in this. In fact, beyond taking the steps we've discussed earlier you can leave almost everything to your solicitor. Start you whiplash claim today