Additional injuries ‘coming back in vogue’ to avoid new whiplash protocol - Kennedys


The majority of market participants expect to see non-whiplash injuries and rehabilitation claims emerge in response to the whiplash reforms

Non-whiplash injuries, such as tinnitus, headaches and wrist or ankle complaints, are “becoming trendy again” and “coming back in vogue” as add-on conditions to whiplash-related personal injury claims – this approach aims to boost whiplash claims out of the incoming Official Injury Claim process to potentially attract higher compensation amounts, according to law firm Kennedys.

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