How Long Does Whiplash Last?

When involved in a car accident, you will endure a number of physical and emotional repercussions which may take a significant amount of time to heal. The most common physical repercussion after a rear-end accident is whiplash.

Whiplash occurs as a result of one’s head being jolted forward in a fast action, and then snapping back immediately. With the help of various therapies, exercises, over the counter medicine, chiropractic healing, holistic methods, and various treatments, you can slowly start to see an improvement in your whiplash pain over time.

Some symptoms of whiplash include, but are not limited to:

  • Pain and stiffness in the neck and upper back
  • Severe headaches
  • Affected vision
  • Insomnia
  • Upper or lower back pain
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Extreme discomfort
  • Weakness in the arms or legs
  • Bladder or bowel issues
  • Tingling in the arms or legs

These painful symptoms can last anywhere from a few days, to several months, to several years in extremely severe cases. As you can imagine, remedying your whiplash get incredibly expensive–which is why it is vital you don’t get stuck paying for this entire treatment plan on your own.

Contact Our Carlsbad Personal Injury Attorneys Today

At Levinson Law Group, our Carlsbad personal injury lawyers work tirelessly to help our clients obtain the results they deserve. We strive to fight for justice on behalf of those who have been injured at the hands of another, as your success and satisfaction are our ultimate priority. If you or a loved one has suffered in a car accident due to the negligence of another, and are now suffering from whiplash, there is no time like the present to enlist in the help you presently need.

Schedule a free, initial consultation with a member of our law firm by calling (760) 642-5475.

Gordon Levinson, Esq.

Gordon Levinson is a former insurance defense / personal injury litigator who represented some of the largest insurance companies in North America. Prior to founding the Levinson Law Group, he served as an associate in numerous law firms from 1996 to 2003 before working as a partner in a personal injury firm from 2004 to 2007. Click here to read Gordon's full professional bio.

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