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Usually, symptoms of a whiplash injury take from 12 to 24 hours to manifest. Any swelling or bruising to the neck muscles won’t be immediately seen at the accident scene. The discomfort, agony, and stiffness typically get a lot worse the next day and may worsen over time.

When suffering from whiplash, a person might experience: 

      • Loss (or reduction) of neck mobility
      • Headaches
      • Stiff neck
      • Neck rigidity
      • Tenderness at the back of the neck.

 More serious whiplash warning signs and symptoms include:

      • Lower backache
      • Discomfort in the hands and arms
      • Arms and hands may experience numbness or pins and needles.
      • Muscles cramping
      • Fatigue
      • Swallowing problems
      • Disruptions in sleep

 There is also a chance of these less typical indications and symptoms and may be related to a concussion:

      • Dizziness
      • Nausea
      • Irritability
      • Loss of memory
      • Inadequate attention
      • Vision issues (vision may be blurred)
      • Sensation of movement or spinning (vertigo)
      • Hearing ringing (tinnitus)

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The personal injury lawyers at McNally Gervan LLP understand the system and are here to help concussion victims in Ottawa get the support they need and the benefits they deserve.

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If you have a question or need assistance, our team of personal injury lawyers is here to help. We know every personal injury case is unique and we work hard to make sure our clients are fairly compensated.

If you are unable to travel to our downtown Ottawa office, one of our lawyers or paralegals can come to meet you at your home or some other convenient location. During the free consultation, we will get to know you and to understand the nature of your injuries, as well as the impact the accident is having on you and your family. Contact us for a free consultation with a lawyer with complete knowledge about car accident claims. We know it’s personal.