Car accident caused whiplash and headaches

Child accident solicitors

A parent/ guardian made a child injury claim after a boy was involved in a car accident.
The child claimant suffered injury when he was a passenger in a car that collided with a stationary lorry.

Car accident and child injury

The child was asleep just before the accident and was jolted awake when he hit his head on the dashboard.
The claimant felt pain in his head and neck immediately after the accident. He suffered from headaches for two days following the accident.
The child couldn’t play rugby for six weeks and felt pain when writing and sitting on a computer due to his whiplash injuries.
The claimant had six physiotherapy sessions; the symptoms were expected to resolve in 22 months from the accident date.
The child was awarded over £3,000 in child injury compensation.

In need of more information and advice please contact us without delay.  Below offers some guidance on whiplash injury compensation.

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