Whiplash Accident Compensation Claim

If you have been involved in an accident which resulted in a whiplash injury and the accident was due to the negligence of another person, you may have the right to put in for a whiplash accident compensation claim. Personal injury solicitors, such as ours at Lamb & Co, are extremely familiar with whiplash claims as they are a common injury as a result of a car accident.
A whiplash injury is damage to the neck brought about when it is suddenly thrust backwards then forwards as often takes place in sudden deceleration and the resultant jerking movement that is caused by the impact in a vehicle accident. This neck reaction can lead to damage to the joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons that are located in the neck area. Normally, Whiplash symptoms come to one’s notice the morning following the accident, and a visit to the doctor or hospital is absolutely essential to get a firm diagnosis of the pain suffered.Fortunately, the effects of a whiplash injury are not normally permanent, but for a time it can produce pain in the neck, headaches, dizzy spells, shoulder and back pain for the period proceeding the accident and can be quite uncomfortable. This sort of pain can have an effect on sleep patterns and work output. There is a tendency to take time off work to fully recover.This is when it is necessary to call in to see one of our solicitors at Lamb & Co to get a free assessment of your chances of winning a whiplash accident compensation claim. The solicitor appointed to your case will tell you what your chances of success are and, if they are good, then the claim will go ahead. We never put in any type of whiplash compensation claim if we don’t think there is a case to answer for, so rest assured your case will be in good hands.

When the whiplash accident compensation claim is negotiated, we ensure that you will recover the absolute maximum compenation payable. It is highly unlikely that we will lose the case, but if we do, you will be covered by our “no win no fee” arrangement.