Whiplash Injury Compensation
One of the most common injuries resulting from a motor accident is whiplash. It happens faster and easier than you’d believe often leaving the accident victim with bone and soft-tissue injuries and the whiplash-associated disorders of headaches, muscular tension and painful, restricted neck movement, requiring medical and physiotherapy treatment and making it necessary to seek whiplash compensation.
Chronic whiplash, also known as late whiplash syndrome, may include *1cranial nerve or brainstem disturbance, cervical spine osteoarthritis, anxiety, blurred vision, disturbed sleep, fatigue and more. Often it is difficult to perform many basic tasks or to return to work, adding financial stress or hardship.
If you have a whiplash injury from a motor vehicle accident, do not delay in seeking legal advice.
Do not assume you will be fairly compensated for the pain, medical expenses and disruption to your life, and often to your family as well – a disruption that may have cost, or lost, you thousands of dollars.
Insurance companies sometimes try to minimise motor vehicle accident compensation payouts so you need to know where you stand and whether you have a valid case for a whiplash compensation claim. We can arrange for an expert in whiplash compensation and motor vehicle accident injuries to offer advice FREE OF CHARGE.
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*1 Whiplash associated disorders: a comprehensive review, Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide, Australia (April 2006) http://casr.adelaide.edu.au/reports/CASR016.pdf