What are the symptoms of a whiplash injury?

Symptoms of a whiplash injury: I am suffering from a stiff neck and headaches, since I was involved in a car accident.

A: A collision involving a car accident is a typical cause of symptoms of a whiplash injury.

symptoms of a whiplash injury

Symptoms Of A Whiplash Injury

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The symptoms of a whiplash injury

1. Neck and shoulder pain

This pain will normally occur immediately after your car accident or a few hours later. It is common that the shock of a car accident can delay the onset of whiplash symptoms.

The pain symptoms of a whiplash injury can either be continuous or intermittent – you may just feel a bad painful twinge every now and again.

2. Pins and needles in your arms and hands are classic symptoms of a whiplash injury

Each vertebrae of the spine is responsible for nerves leading to different parts of the body – the upper vertebrae, that can be damaged in a whiplash injury, normally affect the hands and arms.

3. Headaches can be symptoms of a whiplash injury

Headaches can often be associated with a whiplash type injury.

Other symptoms of road traffic accident back injuries

The symptoms of a whiplash injury are very important to distinguish from other back injuries that can be caused in a road accident. For example, often the lower back can be injured in a car crash, but this is a totally different type of injury than whiplash and will affect very different parts of the body.

If you have symptoms of a whiplash injury how can I help you further?

Click road traffic accident if you suspect you have suffered a whiplash injury in a RTA – you will find in plain English all you need to know about the road accident compensation claims process in the United Kingdom.

If you would prefer to speak to me or another top UK specialist road accident solicitor – I would be happy to arrange this. Simply click symptoms of a whiplash injury to request a call back or to select the online service you prefer.