What is whiplash?
Whiplash is a common injury resulting from an accident, and can have serious consequences. Many people recover completely, but for the people who don’t, the injuries can be life changing. Although common in car accidents, whiplash is also suffered by motorcyclists, passengers and cyclists. It happens when the head is caused to move suddenly in one direction then sharply in another, and can be the result of side, rear or front impact. Any level of impact can cause whiplash.

What are the symptoms?
The symptoms are pain in the neck, shoulders, head or the base of the skull which appear in the days following an accident and for some people this can develop into chronic pain. Other symptoms can include sleep problems, inability to concentrate and trouble with memory, blurred vision, tiredness, weakness and ringing in the ears.

What is the worst case scenario?
If the pain continues, this can be a sign of more serious injury to the discs or joints, the diagnosis of which can include X-rays, injections and scans.

What do I do if this has happened to me?
Contact Personal Injury Claims Scotland and recover your peace of mind. We can help you claim back loss of earnings, provide some specialist medical attention, private physio treatments and/or specialist medical consultation, the inspection and repair of your vehicle and avoid the loss of your policy excess.

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If the injury or accident has happened within the last three years, our expert in accident and injury claims can help you obtain the maximum compensation.

Contact us today to see if you are indeed entitled to make a claim and let our injury & accident claims experts guide you through the process.

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