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If you have been the victim of a road traffic accident and have suffered a whiplash injury you may be considering making a claim for compensation for your injuries. If so, you probably have many questions such as how long does the claims process take and how much compensation are you likely to receive. Loyalty Law can put you in touch with expert whiplash personal injury solicitors who will be able to advise you and answer any questions you may have. Loyalty Law can provide you with quick and efficient help and advice and our service for you is completely free of charge.
Whiplash injuries vary in severity and it can sometimes be 48 hours after the accident before any symptoms appear. If you are suffering from a whiplash injury you are likely to have some, or all of the following symptoms:
The amount of compensation you may be entitled to depends on a number of factors including how severely you have been injured and how long it takes you to recover from your injuries. The amount of compensation you receive is usually agreed between your solicitor and the other party’s solicitor (or insurer), however, if agreement cannot be reached between the parties then the amount of compensation you receive will be decided by the court.
As a guide, you may be entitled to receive the following amount of compensation for your whiplash injury :
|Minor whiplash injuries where recovery takes place within one year||£750 - £2500|
|Minor whiplash injury where recovery takes place within 2 years||£2500 - £4250|
|Moderate whiplash injuries (where symptoms persist for more than two years and the future prognosis is uncertain)||£4250 - £7750|
|Severe whiplash injury where pain and suffering will continue indefinitely||£7750 - £13,750|
As well as making a claim for compensation for the personal injuries you have sustained you are also entitled to claim for any losses and expenses you have incurred as direct result of the accident. For example, these may include:-
Our service to you is completely free of charge. We match you with specially selected, expert whiplash claim solicitors. Our service for you includes the following:-
There are three ways that you can ask us to help you:-