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Whiplash Injury Attorney Wisconsin

Get Full Compensation for Whiplash Injuries

Whiplash is a sudden blow or jerk that moves your head forward and back. Also labeled “neck strain,” whiplash causes pain, which can be either minor or very severe. Nevertheless, constant discomfort in your neck and head must be treated by a medical professional.

Are you suffering from whiplash? Call Steve Caya—Janesville’s personal injury attorney with proven experience for winning rightful compensation for accident victims. Becoming whole again involves more than just medical care; it requires financial absolution to complete the process.

How Do I Know if I Have Whiplash?

Experiencing pain in your neck doesn’t necessarily mean you have whiplash. But the pain is still excruciating.

How do you know?

You might have whiplash if:

  1. You have limited range of motion in your neck due to pain
  2. You move your head from side to side, you experience some pain
  3. You experience stiffness when turning your head over your shoulder
  4. You notice more frequent headaches

Back and neck pain after an accident is usually a result of whiplash - especially in rear ended collisions.

Personal Injury Attorney for Whiplash Injuries

Steve Caya has over 30 years of experience in law, and defends accident victims’ right to full compensation for medical bills and other expenses. He works with accident reconstruction experts, life-care planners, brain surgeons, and other professionals to investigate the full impact of your serious injuries and determine the true value of your personal injury claim. Some aftereffects of a serious accident might not even surface until several days later.

Whiplash injuries can be caused by one or a combination of the following: 

  • Auto accident
  • Blow to the head
  • Contact sports (football, hockey, etc.)
  • Physical abuse

 

Motorcycle whiplash injuries most commonly occur when the motorcycle is struck from behind at relatively low speeds.

In some cases of motorcycle whiplash, the pain can extend to the shoulders, lower back and even down the arms. Some studies have shown the extra mass created by motorcycle helmets can increase the risk of whiplash in an accident, as the flexion and extension of the head and neck are exaggerated.

Despite these findings, wearing a motorcycle helmet undoubtedly reduces the risk of severe injury overall in the event of a crash.

Whether you have symptoms of whiplash or any other injury from a motorcycle accident, seek immediate medical care and contact Steve Caya for a free case assessment.