Whiplash injuries

Whiplash occurs most frequently after a car accident, but can also be the result of include slips and falls, motorcycle accidents, and snowboarding and skiing. Whiplash is a non-medical term for soft tissue neck injury occurring after a sudden jerking movement.

Whiplash can be very painful and frustrating, but unfortunately it can also be difficult identify among other injuries after an accident. As an invisible injury, it can also be challenging to document and prove.

The challenges in documenting whiplash can come into play while seeking compensation through an insurance claim. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help prove your case and obtain compensation you deserve.

If you have suffered a whiplash injury, contact our Personal Injury Law Group.

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