Whiplash Injury Claims
One of the most common injuries that can occur after a car accident is a whiplash injury. Whiplash is a neck injury caused by a sudden jerk or jolt movement, similar to the cracking of a whip.
Some whiplash injuries can cause minor ongoing pain, and others can cause long-lasting chronic pain.
If you have a whiplash injury from a car accident, you are likely entitled to make a compensation claim. Some of the things you may be able to claim include:
- Medical, rehabilitation and hospital expenses
- Loss of income while recovering
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Any help, either paid of unpaid, that was required while you were recovering.
Who can make a Whiplash Claim?
You are entitled to make a compensation claim if you are the driver of the vehicle and you were not at fault for causing the car accident. You can also claim whiplash compensation if you were the passenger in a vehicle.