Whiplash associated disorder (WAD) is itself associated with a number of other conditions, some of which can manifest in the early stages and some which may not appear until later.
It is a common complaint that at or near the time of the accident, the claimant suffered some form of neurological symptom in one or both arms, usually described as ‘pins and needles’ or suchlike.
For those experts who tend to see claimants at
less than three months post-accident, this may
be the only clue that they get to the underlying pathology. If they look no further they ri...
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