Whiplash, or neck strain, is a relatively common impact injury that develops when the head is forced backward and forward rapidly. Rear-end collisions are a leading cause of whiplash, but other kinds of accidents can also result in this painful neck injury.
According to the Mayo Clinic, whiplash may not manifest any immediate symptoms, which means even if you feel fine following an auto wreck or other forceful impact, it is wise to visit a doctor. If left untreated, whiplash can lead to chronic pain syndrome.
If you suffered whiplash or another neck or back injury in an accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation. To determine if you have grounds for a personal injury claim, contact an experienced personal injury attorney to discuss the circumstances of your accident.
Read on to learn more about symptoms of whiplash after a car accident and what you can do if you think you have a personal injury case.
If you are familiar with some of the earliest and most common symptoms of whiplash, you will know when to seek treatment following an accident. Such symptoms include:
If you suffered whiplash in a preventable accident and it has since impacted various aspects of your life, turn to Ball Eggleston. Our Lafayette injury attorneys will identify all potentially liable parties and then handle the logistics of your claim so you can focus on recovering.
We are proud to represent injured parties throughout Indiana and will perform a meticulous investigation to fight for maximum compensation. Although we have the knowledge and resources of a large firm, we provide the personalized care and attention of a small practice. Call (765) 742-9046 to schedule a free case evaluation with a Lafayette personal injury attorney.
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