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Whiplash Injury Attorney in Milwaukee, WI

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that between 1988 and 1996, there were 805,581 whiplash injuries to passenger vehicle occupants every year. If you’ve been injured with whiplash or a neck injury after a car accident, call our law firm now for a free consultation.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that between 1988 and 1996, there were 805,581 whiplash injuries to passenger vehicle occupants every year. If you’ve been injured with whiplash or a neck injury after a car accident, call our law firm now for a free consultation.

Whiplash is one of the most commonly reported injuries in auto accidents. The injury can occur in any type of car accident but occurs frequently in rear-end collisions. Even a slow-speed rear-impact collision in a parking lot or at an intersection can cause a serious neck injury that leaves you unable to work and causes pain even to turn your head.

At Gruber Law Offices, LLC, our car accident attorneys take pride in providing our clients with skilled and aggressive legal representation. An experienced Milwaukee whiplash attorney can review the specifics of your car accident and discuss the legal steps available to you. Attorney David Gruber and the legal team at Gruber Law Offices, LLC have fought for injured people in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin for more than three decades. Let us review your whiplash injury claim.

Gruber Law Offices has grown with success but remains a family-owned business where clients are treated with individual courtesy and attention —just as we would want our own family members to be treated. David Gruber works with his wife, attorney Nancy Gruber, who serves as managing partner. Their son Steven Gruber is an attorney at the firm as well. The Gruber Law legal team offers a courtesy case review and works on a contingency fee basis. Our attorneys only receive a legal fee if we obtain whiplash compensation for you through an insurance settlement or court award. Our philosophy is, “One call… that’s all!” It’s as simple as that: you call our office, and our legal team will take care of all aspects of your whiplash injury case.

What is Whiplash Injury?

Whiplash or whiplash-associated disorder describes a range of neck injuries from mild soft tissue strains to more serious ruptures of ligaments and herniated discs. Whiplash injury typically results from fast and forceful back and forth motion of the neck. Rear-end collisions are the most common cause of whiplash injuries.

When a car is struck from behind by another vehicle, the impact causes the heads of those in the front vehicle to snap back and then forward, spraining or straining the neck. Women are more vulnerable to whiplash injuries than men. The violent impact of a crash can also cause damage to cervical vertebrae. Properly positioned head restraints can help prevent whiplash after a car accident or reduce the severity of the injury.

An automobile accident victim who has sustained whiplash may not feel the injury immediately. Anytime you are involved in an accident, you should seek a medical examination, even if you are not experiencing pain. Symptoms of whiplash such as pain and neck stiffness usually develop with 24 hours of the injury, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Neck pain can disrupt your life and impair your ability to work. In addition to pain and stiffness, other symptoms of whiplash injury include loss of range of motion, worsening of pain with movement of the neck, headaches, pain or tenderness in the arms, shoulders or upper back, dizziness, fatigue, ringing in the ears, blurred vision, irritability, trouble concentrating, memory difficulties, sleep disturbances and depression.

A small portion of patients with whiplash injuries develops long-term pain that can last for six months or longer. Chronic pain can make it more difficult for people to enjoy routine, daily activities.

You may be entitled to compensation for your future medical bills for treatment of chronic pain related to your whiplash injury.

How Do I Make a Claim for Whiplash After a Car Accident?

If you have been in an accident causing an injury or significant vehicle damage, you are required to call the police and report the accident. The Milwaukee police, the Wisconsin State Patrol or another law enforcement agency will investigate the accident, interview witnesses, and produce an accident report. That report will provide documentation of your car accident and what happened.

It is also important to have a doctor’s evaluation after an accident. If you have a whiplash injury, a doctor can examine you and identify the location, intensity, and duration of your neck pain. If the doctor suspects a cervical fracture, the doctor may order diagnostic tests. A doctor’s report can provide independent verification of your injuries after an accident. Even if you believe your injuries are minor, you should go to the doctor. In the rush of adrenaline after a collision, you may not notice whiplash symptoms immediately. But you may feel a lot of pain and neck stiffness a day later. A doctor’s report regarding your injuries will be an important piece of evidence to support your position if you make a claim.

If you have to make a whiplash claim against the other driver’s company, it can be difficult to get the insurance company to pay. The insurance company will want a copy of the accident report and will try to determine which driver was at fault before paying a claim. The insurance company also will request to see your medical records.

Insurers view whiplash claims with suspicion, even though many motorists suffer hyper-extended neck injuries or other soft tissue injuries to the neck in collisions. If the facts are in dispute about how the whiplash injury occurred, the insurance company will more than likely deny your claim.

An experienced injury attorney from Gruber Law Offices can gather evidence to support your whiplash claim. Along with our accident investigation, we can estimate your costs for past and future medical expenses, and for lost wages, because of your injured neck. These future costs are important considerations when submitting a claim.

Our attorney will submit a claim to the insurer demanding full compensation and then negotiate aggressively for a whiplash injury settlement. Our legal team includes experienced trial attorneys. If necessary, our trial lawyers will be ready to go to court and prove that you are due compensation for neck injuries you suffered through no fault of your own.


Do I Have Legal Rights to Whiplash Compensation?

If you have sustained a whiplash injury in a car accident that was caused by another driver’s carelessness or inattention, you may have a right to file a whiplash lawsuit and seek compensation for your injuries.

Many times, people are unclear whether they have an injury claim after an accident. A Milwaukee whiplash injury lawyer at Gruber Law Offices can review the specific details of your accident and discuss your rights to pursue a financial recovery.

For example, if you are stopped at a Milwaukee intersection and another driver plowed into your vehicle from behind because the other driver failed to notice the light was red, then you may be entitled under Wisconsin law to seek compensation if you were injured in the collision.

If you have a whiplash claim, you may be entitled to demand compensation for:

  • Medical bills including doctors, hospital visits, prescription medication and physical therapy
  • Lost wages from missed work
  • Pain and suffering
  • Other losses.

Let our knowledgeable attorneys review your accident and discuss your legal options for seeking whiplash injury compensation. Our dedicated team of attorneys, paralegals and investigators are ready to work hard and find justice for you.

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If you have suffered a whiplash injury due to another driver’s error or inattention, you should have a Milwaukee car accident lawyer review the circumstance of the accident and explain your legal options. You may have a right to whiplash compensation.

Our skilled attorneys at Gruber Law Offices, LLC have helped many people injured in rear-end collisions in Wisconsin seek a financial recovery. We are available to review your accident and discuss your legal options.

Need an attorney for a different accident? Whether you need a lawyer after being injured at work or a medical malpractice lawyer, Gruber Law is here to help you with your case.

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If we determine that you have a valid whiplash injury claim, one of our Milwaukee car accident attorneys can conduct a detailed investigation of the accident and help you pursue full whiplash injury compensation. Gruber Law Offices handles cases on a contingency basis. The law firm does not charge a legal fee unless our attorneys secure a settlement or jury award for you. If your whiplash injury limits your mobility, our attorneys can meet you at a location convenient to you such as your home, hospital or place of work if your injuries make it difficult to visit our law offices.

Call 414-436-2484 or contact us online to talk with an experienced Milwaukee whiplash injury attorney today. “ONE CALL… THAT’S ALL!”

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