Are You Suffering From A Whiplash Injury?

Cervical sprains and soft tissue injuries, generally referred to as whiplash, can last for days, weeks, months or even longer after a car accident occurs. Often, whiplash is caused by rear-end collisions in which a driver is hit from behind, causing his or her head to snap forward and back, causing extreme strain to the upper body. If you were involved in an accident and have any pain, especially in the neck, back, head or shoulders, it is imperative that you are evaluated by doctor as soon as possible.

Get Full Compensation From ICBC

At Fraserwest Law Group LLP in Chilliwack, our lawyers have witnessed first-hand the serious nature of whiplash injuries. Many of our clients come to us dealing with chronic pain and are unable to work.

Please contact us before you call ICBC Dial-a-Claim. We will guide you through the process and protect your right to maximum compensation.

If you have already contacted ICBC and are dealing with adjusters on your own, we can also help you. Our experienced ICBC injury lawyer, Patrick Thome, will step in and manage your claim for you, communicating with ICBC on your behalf and pushing your claim efficiently forward.

Putting Our Knowledge To Work For You

Patrick Thome and Jennifer Upper both know how to ensure your injuries are properly assessed and documented in a way that supports full compensation from ICBC. They draw upon many years of experience working as ICBC’s principal contact for defence. They use their knowledge of the other side’s tactics to benefit you, the injury victim.

You might think a sore neck or whiplash injury after a fender bender is minor and will heal on its own. However, seemingly minor injuries often turn into serious, lasting conditions. This is why it is so important to contact our experienced lawyer after an accident injury.

Call 604-792-1977 to discuss your injury and the circumstances of your car accident with Patrick Thome or Jennifer Upper.

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