On average, approximately two out of every three personal injury claims are for, or include, whiplash injuries. Whiplash is not an accurate medical term, but is commonly used to describe injuries to the neck and back caused by sudden strain to the muscles, nerves and tendons therein.
- The most common cause of whiplash injuries are car accidents, although similar symptoms can result from a range of other accidents, including trips and falls, amusement park rides and extreme sports.
- Whatever the cause, our solicitors have dealt with countless claims for whiplash, and know exactly how to maximise your chances of gaining compensation for this type of injury.
- If you are looking for a personal injury solicitor who specialises in whiplash compensation, look no further. We are here to assist you through the process from beginning to end.
What is Whiplash?
Whiplash is a soft tissue injury to the head, neck, shoulders or back following a sudden acceleration-deceleration force. It is a painful condition, often involving stiffness of movement and tightening of the muscles, ligaments or tendons and can badly affect your mobility.
These symptoms are not always immediately apparent; they often develop after a period of time has passed since the accident, for example a few days later.