Whiplash is a serious injury. It happens when the body’s natural ability to move quickly and properly becomes impaired after a sudden or violent movement. This produces pain, resulting in an inability to move freely, function normally or even sleep comfortably for days or weeks following the accident. Because whiplash can be caused by accidents from all kinds of vehicles, from sports cars to trucks and tractors, it may be difficult for you to know who is responsible if you are injured as a result of another driver’s negligence on the road. In addition, there are many different types of claims over whiplash injuries – medical malpractice lawsuits filed by people who have been diagnosed with chronic neck problems post-accident; personal injury claims filed by motorists whose necks were not broken but still suffered pain and stiffness after being involved in a crash; wrongful death claims brought on behalf of families whose loved ones have died because they could not breathe well enough due to their injuries from auto accidents. Whichever type your case turns out being depends upon how that car accident occurred – whether it was just one car involved or several cars at once -and what happened afterwards regarding treatment and diagnosis of your injuries. You need an experienced attorney with experience handling these cases if you believe you were badly hurt as a result of another motorist’s negligence during an automobile collision
What does my lawyer do?
The focus will be on reviewing medical records (in some instances), interviewing witnesses (