If you are considering making a neck injury claim as a result of a car crash or any other accident that was not your fault then our claim solicitors can provide the expert advice you need to get you the compensation you deserve.
Our solicitors have one of the highest success rates in the country for neck injury claim case. We recover tens of thousands of pounds compensation every year for thousands of clients, people just like you who have suffered a potentially life-changing injury through no fault of their own.
Neck injury claim figures
- Whiplash type injuries with complete recovery taking between a few weeks and a year - up to £2,850
- Whiplash type injuries with complete recovery within 2 years - up to £5,150
- Moderate neck injury – such as severe whiplash or wrenching injury - up to £16,400
- Fractures or dislocations necessitating spinal fusion - up to £21,600
- Claim for ruptured tendons leading to permanent disability - up to £36,000
The neck is very susceptible to injury and are common injuries in car accidents and accidents involving slips trips and falls. As the link between the brain and the rest of your body, any damage to the neck and in particular the spine can disrupt the nerve signals to the rest of the body. This can lead to loss of feeling, numbness, and in the most serious neck injury claim cases, it can lead to partial or paralysis below the neck.
Types of neck injury claims
The most common injury reported by people making a compensation claim involves damage to the soft tissue in the neck. This is more commonly known as whiplash and can be caused by any sudden movements of the body, such as might happen in a car crash when the neck is jerked backwards and forwards. For more information on whiplash type injuries see our dedicated page all about making a whiplash compensation.
Other neck injury claim cases we have dealt with for our clients have included dislocations or fractures of the bones in the neck. In some cases, these fractures or dislocations have virtually no symptoms immediately after the accident. People often find that their symptoms take days or even weeks to show up after their initial accident. This makes it even more important that if you have been involved in a road accident or any accident which you suspect has caused an injury to your neck, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible before making a neck injury claim.
About Camps Solicitors
Camps Solicitors have a great deal of experience in the field of neck injury law, if you have suffered in an accident that was not your fault then we can help you to recover the compensation you deserve by making claim on your behalf.
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