Whiplash Claims In Ireland
If You’ve Been Injured by Whiplash In An Accident, You May Be Entitled To Make A Whiplash Injury* Claim. With Our Help, You Can Get Good Advice from us
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Whiplash is a very painful condition which is common amongst people who have been involved in a road traffic accident. It is basically a soft tissue injury to the neck, shoulders and spine and is caused when you head snaps backwards and forwards traumatically during a collision. Whiplash injuries can be very painful and can have a real impact on daily life, if only for a short period in many instances but this can still cause inconveniences and difficulties which you would not have had to live with, had you not been involved in the accident. So do not delay if you have these conditions after a car accident and call us now and we will deal with Whiplash claims in Ireland.
As experienced Whiplash claims solicitors we regularly work with people who have suffered with whiplash and we appreciate how difficult, painful and traumatic it can be. We work quickly and efficiently to try and alleviate some of the related financial stress through securing your much deserved accident compensation.
If you would like to make a whiplash injury claim, our team of Personal Injury solicitors will be able to guide you through the claims process, helping you to recover the maximum possible compensation in the shortest possible time frame. We specialise in providing legal representation to drivers, passengers and athletes who have been diagnosed with whiplash through no fault of their own.
Following injuring your neck in an accident, you must seek immediate medical attention. While you may feel fine, the symptoms of whiplash may not appear for days afterwards.
Whiplash can usually be diagnosed through listening to an account of your symptoms and performing a physical examination of your neck. Invasive tests and scans are not usually required. You should also retain key details of your accident, such as the names and contact details of any witnesses, as you will need to provide evidence in support of your claim.