Car Accident Neck Injury: Settlement Amount
Car accident neck injury settlement amounts will vary greatly depending on the circumstances of your accident. At Accident Claims UK we take into account every single aspect to your case in order to maximise the value of any settlement you might receive for personal injury.
Our solicitors all work on a no win on fee* basis. To get started call our 24 hours a day helpline now for a free phone consultation. We might be able to give you an indication over the phone on any settlement for neck injury from a car accident you could be due.
Please scroll down the page further in order to view what the average settlement for neck injury in a car accident could be. Please note that these are for guideline purposes only, and until we have spoken to you over the phone won’t be able to give accurate settlement amounts.
Neck Injury Car Accident Settlement Amounts
Our solicitors will be able to help you in recovering compensation for your pain and suffering, if the accident was not your fault and a third party or other driver was to blame. All of our solicitors are fully regulated with many years of experience and have helped to recover millions of pounds in settlements.
The following figures should be considered for guide purposes only. We can only accurately give you numbers once we have spoken to you about your car accident and the neck pain settlement.
- Mild whiplash injuries – £1,000 to £2,750
- Severe whiplash – Up to £97,500
- Serious neck injury settlements – Into the £100,000s
It might be that you have a mild pain, neck sprain, breaks, whiplash, or severe disability following a car accident. The neck injury settlements shown above might not be reflective of your own circumstance so please call us for a bespoke and individual assessment.
Neck Injury Car Accident Settlements – What You Can Claim For
If you are looking for the following:
- Neck sprain after a car accident settlements
- Neck pain after a car accident settlements
Then it is highly likely that you could look to claim for the following:
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of wages
- Travel expenses
- Hospital visits and parking
- Loss of earnings or bonus
- Cost of any treatment for prescriptions
- Additional household costs
- Help or care while you are recovering
- Any other related costs