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Whiplash injury compensation claims

 

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Whiplash is the most common form of injury that we deal accounting for 70% of all compensation claims made following a road accident in the UK. 

Despite the fact that most vehicles are now safer and better equipped than ever before, whiplash injuries still occur in great numbers. If you have suffered such an injury in a road accident you may be entitled to compensation.  See how much whiplash injury claims could be worth.

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There is no getting away from the fact that whiplash injuries can also be very debilitating.

Early intervention can very often be vital and the more proactive you are in requesting and receiving physiotherapy treatment the better off you may be in the long run.  

Most insurers now provide free treatment sessions when claims are made against their policyholders. They have recognised at long last that by helping the claimant to recover more quickly, they actually reduce the overall costs of a claim.  

Symptoms of whiplash may include:

Neck stiffness

Injuries to the muscles and ligaments

Headache and dizziness

Abnormal sensations such as burning or prickling

Shoulder pain

Back pain  

If you wish to make an enquiry about a whiplash compensation claim, please call our freephone number and we would be happy to talk you through the process.   Average compensation figures of 1500- 2500 can be achieved.

 














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Read further information about whiplash claim service on our main compensation website the CLAIMS CONNECTION. Also see our News archive for 2007, 2008 and 2009.

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