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Whiplash Compensation Claims Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

Whiplash is often dismissed as a minor injury, mainly because it is – to some extent – invisible. It is usually caused in car accidents when your head is suddenly jerked forwards, backwards or sideways.

Often whiplash can get better within a few weeks to months, though in more serious cases it can last much longer and severely limit the injured person’s activity.

However serious or minor you or others consider your whiplash injury, where you suffer due to an accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to be compensated for your pain, suffering and losses. The solicitors at Jones Whyte Law specialise in whiplash claims, so give us a call today and we can help you get the personal injury compensation you ought to be awarded.

Whiplash Compensation Claims

The amount of compensation you are entitled to depends on how serious your injuries are, as well as the effect the injury has had on your life. The team at Jones Whyte are experts in getting the maximum level of compensation possible for our clients’ injuries. It is not possible to tell you the exact amount you will receive, however the national guidelines offer a realistic estimate:

  • Minor neck injury where you recover in three months: £100 to £1,860.
  • Minor neck injury where you recover within between three months and a year: £1,860 to £3,300.
  • Minor neck injury where you recover within between one to two years: £3,300 to £6,000.
  • Moderate neck injury where the soft tissue injuries heal in a few months or years but your injury is still vulnerable to further trauma and healing has taken a long time: £6,000 to £10,450.
  • Moderate neck injury where you have soft-tissue damage or wrenching-type injuries as well as disc lesions, which cause cervical spondylosis, limitation of movement, pain and stiffness: £10,450 to £19,000.
  • Moderate neck injury where there are fractures and dislocations within the neck and the cervical spine, which causes immediate symptoms that require treatment (this includes soft tissue damage that permanently limits function or renders you vulnerable to further trauma): £19,000 to £29,250.

What Can You Claim For?

If your whiplash is serious, it might have a negative knock-on effect on your employment, in that you might have to miss work. If this is the case, you can claim compensation for your loss of income, as well as for any expenses you might have incurred in receiving care and rehabilitative treatment. These are called special damages. As well, the dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte will claim for compensation for the pain and suffering you have incurred as a result of your injury. These are general damages.

Whiplash Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland

Once we have gone through your case with you and established that we are able to assist, we will begin to put your claim together. This will require collecting all the relevant evidence and, were appropriate, arranging for an independent medical professional to assess your injuries. When we have gathered all the information necessary, we will set about settling your case – whether that be by way of an out of court negotiation with the responsible party’s insurance company or by taking legal action through the courts.

An out of court settlement is the preferred route, as it is the least time consuming, stressful and costly. However, court action for whiplash claims is increasingly common, due to the fact that insurers regularly undervalue these claims. Our determined team will always advise a course of action that is consistent with your best interests. If your matter proceeds to court, we will provide expert representation in order to achieve the maximum amount possible.

No-Win No-Fee Solicitors Glasgow, Scotland

If you think you are due compensation for a whiplash injury, but you are worried the cost of pursuing a claim will prohibit you from doing so, contact us. At Jones Whyte, we have developed bespoke no-win no-fee arrangements for all our clients. In the unlikely event that your claim fails, you will not be charged. If we are successful, then you simply pay us a reasonable percentage of your damages. Your dedicated lawyer will explain the fee arrangement to you clearly, and ensure you are informed and completely comfortable with the terms.

Contact our Whiplash Solicitors in Glasgow, Scotland Today

At Jones Whyte, we understand the emotional, physical and mental fallout of a whiplash injury can be difficult to cope with. That is why we are always on hand, not just as your lawyers, but to guide you through the process in getting justice for your injuries. As part of our comprehensive service, we can also help you access the medical care and rehabilitation services you may need.

Every whiplash injury is different, and can affect people in different ways. Unfortunately, as whiplash cases are common and often considered minor, this can lead to the injured party walking away with less than they are due. Whatever the circumstances of your injury, you can be sure that the dedicated solicitors at Jones Whyte will take your case seriously and work tirelessly to get the right outcome. If you are in doubt about whether you are entitled to compensation for your injury, do not hesitate to contact us. You will not be charged for your first consultation with us.

We are a team of highly qualified and experienced personal injury lawyers. If you require straightforward and practical advice about an injury you have sustained, contact our team today. We are based in Glasgow and operate throughout Scotland, including in Edinburgh, Stirling, Falkirk, Argyll, Fife and the Borders. Call us on 01413751222 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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