Did You Suffer Whiplash?
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Whiplash is one of the most common injuries associated with auto accidents. When a vehicle collides with another vehicle or with a fixed object, it will come to a sudden stop and the head may be thrown violently forward, to the side or backward, often then violently moving in the opposite direction. Whiplash may also be referred to as acceleration/deceleration syndrome due to this sudden change in motion.
Contact a Tampa personal injury lawyer at Smith & Stallworth, Attorneys at Law today for a free consultation if you suffered whiplash injuries in an accident. We are available 24/7!
We understand that each client and every case is unique. We work with you to efficiently and effectively develop the proper course of action for your particular case. Over the years, we have become a trusted resource for individuals, families and businesses throughout Tampa.
Whiplash is a painful injury that may cause a number of symptoms and may be very difficult and expensive to treat. A victim of whiplash injury may suffer from headaches, a "pins and needles" feeling in the arms and legs, pain in the shoulders, and aching in the back.
If you have suffered whiplash or any form of spinal cord injury, head injury or other injury you may not notice for days and may miss an important opportunity for treatment. You may also face unforeseen medical bills in the future.
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Help for Victims of Whiplash Injury in Tampa, Florida
Smith & Stallworth, Attorneys at Law can meet with you about your accident and discuss your injuries with you during a free consultation to determine what legal recourse you can take to recover money for your injuries. It is essential that prompt measures be taken right after your whiplash injury, so that your claim can be properly and accurately investigated.
Doctors and other experts must have the immediate opportunity to thoroughly evaluate your injuries before your physical condition changes. According to applicable statutes of limitations, you, as the injured party may only have a limited time to file a lawsuit before the courthouse doors are forever closed. After that, you are unable to recover the compensation that you deserve. Thus, we want to learn about your case immediately!
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