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People with long term symptoms claim whiplash injury compensation

Many people involved in road traffic accidents have to make a claim for whiplash injury compensation because they suffer from ongoing symptoms which seriously affect their lives. Whilst in many cases, whiplash symptoms only last a few days or a month or two, some people go on to experience longer term problems, and whiplash symptoms can sometimes be an indicator of a chronic pain disease triggered by the accident, such as fibromyalgia.

Whiplash is reported to damage the sympathetic nervous system, a chain of nerve fibres and cells that extends from the abdomen up into the neck. It is part of the body's self-regulating system, which helps to control such physiological functions as blood pressure and digestion. Some people even suffer from abnormal eye sight following a whiplash injury.

Many of the people suffering from whiplash symptoms are legally entitled to make a claim for whiplash injury compensation. If it can be shown that another person was responsible for the injuries sustained then personal injury compensation can be sought.

No win, no fee agreements
No win, no fee agreements allow you to make a claim for personal injury compensation without having to worry about the financial consequences in the event that your claim is unsuccessful. This means that you can make a claim, without worrying that you might need to pay out to keep it going. We will also advise you to take out legal insurance (which we can arrange on your behalf) to protect you from any unexpected costs not associated with our services. You don't need to pay for this up front, it can be paid out of the compensation award that you receive, and enables you to be fully financially protected as your claim is progressed by us.

Make a whiplash injury compensation claim now
If you have sustained whiplash in the past three years and it was not your fault, then you are entitled to claim whiplash injury compensation. Call us now on 0800 195 48 52 or fill in our online claim form and we will call you back.