9th June 2015
If you have decided to make a compensation claim following a personal injury then you may be wondering where to…
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Minor neck injuries include soft tissue damage and whiplash with recovery times of under two years, although the vast majority of whiplash injury claims involve injuries that take between a few weeks and a few months to recover from.
While neck injury claims usually occur in road traffic accidents and for a part of car accident compensation settlements, a huge number of other factors can lead to these personal injuries. These include sports accidents, criminal injuries, slips, trips and falls, and impacts with moving objects.
Whiplash injuries are not the sum total of all minor neck injury claims, however. Lacerations, botched medical procedures and even allergies can lead to minor, moderate or severe neck damage, and people who suffer from these problems due to the negligence of another person are entitled to claim compensation.
The figures on this page only indicate the special damages value of a personal injury compensation claim, and the value of some neck injury compensation claims can be considerably higher. This will be the case in instances where the personal injury caused the sufferer to miss out on a significant part of their income, or when other losses become substantial. In order to come up with a realistic assessment of the value of your neck injury compensation claim, you should therefore speak to personal injury lawyers who specialise in these compensation claims.
We can help you succeed in your compensation claim. The team at Clearwater Solicitors have handled all kinds of neck injury claims and have the skills and experience needed to handle your case.
For more information, or to start your compensation claim today, just call us on 08000 430 430 to speak to one of our legal advisors. If you’d prefer, you can request a call back by filling in our online enquiry form.