Georgetown, Delaware Whiplash Car Accident Attorneys
Our lawyers take your neck injury seriously
Car accidents often result in serious injuries, and one of the most common injuries we often encounter at Gill, Welsh, and Chamberlain, P.A. is people suffering from whiplash. Some people think whiplash isn’t a serious injury. We know better. We know that people with whiplash are in pain and deserve time and care for their neck injury.
That’s why we want to meet with you. Our experienced Delaware whiplash injury attorneys can help you every step of the way – from filling out forms related to your accident, to dealing with insurance companies and more. That way, you can focus on what really matters – recovering from your whiplash injury.
What is whiplash?
Whiplash is a specific kind of neck injury. In particular, the muscles in the neck are strained or sprained due to rapidly moving forward and backward in a car accident. Whiplash injuries are especially common in rear-end car accidents. That’s because the driver or passenger in the vehicle struck from behind often gets thrust forward quickly in such a crash.
You can sustain a whiplash injury in any type of car accident – from head-on collisions to T-bone car accidents, in which one car crashes into the side of another. That’s why it’s important to seek immediate medical treatment after your car accident.
What are common symptoms of whiplash?
Warning signs that you may have whiplash injury due to a car accident include:
- Neck pain
- Neck stiffness
- Limited range of motion in your neck
You know your body best. If something feels wrong, seek immediate medical treatment. What might seem like a minor ache or pain could be whiplash or another type of serious neck injury, including a spinal cord injury or damage to the vertebrae (bones) in your neck.
Get a Delaware whiplash injury attorney who gets results. Contact us.
You might think you don’t need a lawyer if another driver clearly caused your car accident, which resulted in your whiplash injury. The reality is many car accident cases involving whiplash turn out to be far more complicated than people expect. Reasons why include:
- Driver who caused your crash denies doing anything wrong
- Driver blames you for causing your accident
- Other driver’s insurance company sides with its driver and denies your claim
- Other driver’s insurance company claims your whiplash injury is not real
We can help you set the record straight. We know how to investigate car accidents. We know how to deal with car insurance companies. If they refuse to negotiate or cooperate, we will not hesitate to take them to court on your half.