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Najduch v Majeed, County Court, 24 June 2002

24 June 2002
The issues

Road traffic – whiplash.

The facts

The Claimant suffered a whiplash injury to cervical spine. She suffered with significant headaches on an intermittent basis for two years. She was left with residual symptoms of occasional headaches. She was away from work for 3 weeks, during which she did not drive. She had difficulty driving for 3 months after the accident. Her main symptoms had resolved approximately 3 months after the accident. The Claimant was awarded £3,500.00 for general damages (Claimant’s injuries found by the Judge to be towards the upper end of bracket 6(A)(c) JSB Guidelines.

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