YouTube channel editors try to grab viewers' attention by promising an exciting video clip and writing "Wait to see It" within the description, so that viewers can't resist the boring introduction to the event which might or may not be that amazing. In essence, this is what insurers do while they process claims. They will provide a satisfactory end to the process, in the event that the person filing the claim will wait patiently through the endless delays.
Insurance companies are able to extend or rescind offers for as long as they want, set deadlines and create conditions for settlement however, nothing decreases the obligation of them to provide whiplash settlements to the people who deserved the money.
In any event, persistent symptoms of neck injuries shouldn't be ignored to be dismissed or viewed in the same way as "whiplash." Take care of yourself and, if the symptoms don't go away keep in touch with your physician until you start to notice positive results.
You can be sure that the initial offer will be one that the insurance company is able to live with. However, it's one you cannot bear. If you decide to decline the offer or say that you'd like to spend some time to consider it, they could inform you that there's an expiration date and the offer will cease to be valid after a specific date.
Insurance companies and firms who represent them don't need you to engage lawyers. They are in an advantage at the beginning, in which it's all you and their business, and prefer this way of doing things. They may even attempt to convince you against hiring a lawyer, however, it's possible to deduce from their desire to convince you that they're not afraid of the consequences that could befall them.
Whiplash is a condition which affects your neck. Because of impact force collision the neck is pushed to move forward and backwards, which can cause injuries to the discs, tendons and muscles, as well as nerves in your neck.
Never provide a statement for the company that you are insured with, or the opposing attorney. Statements could be wrongly understood or taken out of context, or be used to undermine your credibility in the event that the case ends up in the court.