Whiplash Injury Claims
In the UK, around 200,000 people sustain whiplash injuries every year. Whiplash injury occurs when the soft tissues in your neck stretch and strain following a forceful jerk forwards, backwards or sideways. While rear-end collisions are the most common cause of whiplash injuries, head-on and side impact collisions and strenuous physical activities, such as boxing and rugby, can also cause such injuries.
If you would like to make a whiplash injury claim, our team of personal injury solicitors will be able to guide you through the claims process, helping you to recover the maximum possible compensation in the shortest possible time frame. We specialise in providing no win, no fee legal representation to drivers, passengers and athletes diagnosed with whiplash through no fault of their own.
Recoup the cost of the following expenses
Through your claim, you will be able to recoup the cost of the following expenses:
- Lost income
- Vehicle repair costs
- Hire car costs
- Healthcare costs
- Travel expenses
You can also apply for interim damages, which will ensure your financial needs are attended to throughout the course of your lawsuit.
Following injuring your neck in an accident, you must seek immediate medical attention. While you may feel fine, the symptoms of whiplash may not appear for days afterwards.
Whiplash can usually be diagnosed through listening to an account of your symptoms and performing a physical examination of your neck. Invasive tests and scans are not usually required. You should also retain key details of your accident, such as the names and contact details of any witnesses, as you will need to provide evidence in support of your claim.
Why choose us to make a claim?
To start your claim today to seek the compensation and justice you deserve is very simple, you can either call us on 0800 612 7 612 or if it is easier or not in work hours fill out the small form to the right. All of this is free and no obligation, we do not require any credit card payments etc.
All details sent to us is sent to our lawyers. They do an initial assessment to see if you have a case to claim. We then speak to you at a convenient time to go over the incident in more detail.
From this, you will be able to make an informed decision on what to do next and the process of claiming compensation and what type of injury payout to expect.