Whiplash is a soft tissue injury, caused by a sudden extension of the neck muscles after a collision. There need not necessarily have been a high impact collision for a whiplash injury to be sustained; sometimes the more serious cases of whiplash are as a result of low speed collisions.
For more information or for a free of charge discussion about a potential whiplash compensation claim, call Farleys on 0333 331 4802, or alternatively you can email us, and a whiplash compensation solicitor will respond to your enquiry at the earliest opportunity.
If you have sustained a whiplash injury as a result of a car accident or collision of any form, Farleys Solicitors can help you make a claim for whiplash compensation. Common symptoms of a whiplash injury include:
- Neck pain
- Numbness, tingling or pain in shoulders and/or arms
- Dizziness or nausea
- Back ache
Pain may present itself minutes after a collision or it can begin up to a several days later.
In more severe cases, a whiplash injury may cause:
- Memory loss
- Problems concentrating
- Ears ringing
Our team of dedicated personal injury solicitors have a great deal of experience in acting for clients in whiplash injury claims and our solicitors will always act on a no win no fee basis wherever possible.