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What is Whiplash, and What Are Your Rights of Compensation?

Whiplash is a painful neck and back injury caused by sudden jolts that frequently occur during motor vehicle accidents. The symptoms of a whiplash injury can vary significantly, including neck or back pain and stiffness, numbness and tingling in the arms, headaches and dizziness, and blurred vision and general fatigue. In some cases, injury can lead to chronic pain and cognitive difficulties.

If you are suffering from a whiplash injury as a result of a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation. The insurance company may agree to pay some or all of your ongoing treatment costs before your whiplash injury claim is finalised.

It’s critical to seek medical help as soon as possible if you’ve been diagnosed with whiplash as it is a condition which may become worse over time.

If you’re experiencing pain and suffering, losing wages, or incurring medical bills as a result of your injury, it’s important to seek legal advice on how to proceed.

Help from a Personal Injury Lawyer

A personal injury lawyer with experience in handling whiplash claims can advise you on your options and ensure that you receive the appropriate compensation you are entitled to. Medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering are all types of compensation that may be covered .

It’s important to note that there are time limits in which claims for a whiplash injury must be pursued, so seeking legal assistance as soon as possible is critical. A qualified lawyer can assist you in navigating the claims process and securing the compensation you deserve.

Ryan Carlisle Thomas’ personal injury and road accident lawyers have handled hundreds of common law claims related to whiplash and we can assist in determining your rights and options, assisting with the claims process and ensuring that you receive the compensation that you deserve.

If you are suffering from whiplash or any other medical condition, contact the personal injuries team today on 1300 366 441 today!