It would be difficult to put a specific dollar amount as compensation for a whiplash injury. Every case is unique and there is no exact formula. The amount of compensation that you can expect to receive depends on your medical bills, lost wages, as well as the nature and extent of your injury.

It is really important to document your treatment records, doctor bills, and other proof of economic damages. Insurance companies need proof for every dollar that they pay out. And a complete documentation of all your expenses will definitely help your compensation claim.

However, the claims process for a whiplash injury is a little challenging. Whiplash injuries are soft tissue injuries. And like any other soft tissue injury, whiplash is hard to document because it doesn’t show up on x-rays and other diagnostic instruments. Insurance companies and defense lawyers can create arguments to show that you are not as injured as you claim to be. That’s why it is important to seek immediate medical help. Besides giving you the necessary treatment, the doctor’s medical notes will serve as a solid proof of your injury claims.

To strengthen your chances for a fair compensation, it is best if you get the help of an experienced lawyer. Having a lawyer ensures that you are prepared for any claims negotiation and that all your legal rights are protected.

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