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Neck injury claims Solicitor

Neck injury claims are successful when it can be proven that the actions or inactions of another party resulted in the neck injury that is being claimed for. Claim amounts payable depend on the severity of the neck injury in question.

Even if experiencing a slight accident through someone’s negligence, minor neck injury claims can provide compensation if treatment is required, for example, via an osteopath.

For illustrative purposes, the following amounts act as a guide as to what might be payable if a neck injury claim is won:

  • Minor neck injury claims
    If you’ve suffered a minor neck injury, you could expect to receive up to £5,000 in compensation if your claim is successful.
  • Moderate neck injury claims
    For moderate neck injuries, you could expect to receive anywhere from £5,000 through to £15,000.
  • Severe neck injury claims
    For severe neck injury claims, you might expect to receive compensation amounts from £15,000 upwards to £1million+, depending on how serious the neck injuries are.

For very serious neck injuries, you should contact our Major Injury Team who deal with the most serious types of neck injury. They can be contacted on  Freephone 0800 999 3738 for landlines, or 0330 999 0031 for mobiles.

People our solicitors help
For more details on the kind of people who have made successful no win, no fee* injury claims with our solicitor firms, here are some case studies.

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We have one of the finest teams available to assist your claim, offering their services locally, such as Sheffield, Doncaster and other parts of Yorkshire and spreading out across England and Wales.

If you would like to discuss the next steps for your neck injury claim with one of our solicitors, who are neck injury specialists, please get in touch on Freephone 0800 999 3738 for landlines, or 0330 999 0031 for mobiles.

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