01. He got [whiplash] in a car accident last month, and has been off work ever since.
02. My friend got a severe case of [whiplash] when his car was rear-ended by a drunk driver.
03. She sued the guy that hit her car for $20,000 because she got a really bad case of [whiplash] as a result of the accident.
04. Generally, one should treat [whiplash] with massage or physiotherapy.
05. He got [whiplash] when he crashed while snowboarding, and has been having really bad headaches because of it.
06. Some people who get [whiplash] in a car accident have neck pain for the rest of their life.
07. The driver of the car suffered a serious [whiplash] injury after making an emergency stop on the highway.
08. She was able to overcome her [whiplash] injury through a program of massage and physiotherapy.
09. He became addicted to painkillers after getting [whiplash] in a car accident.
10. The most common injury in car accidents where someone is rear-ended is [whiplash].
11. Two people died, and another was taken to hospital with a serious [whiplash] injury as a result of a two-car crash on the highway today.
12. They sued the amusement park where their daughter got a severe case of [whiplash] while riding on the rollercoaster.
13. Car accidents, and snowboarding are the two most common sources of [whiplash] injuries, according to medical statistics.
14. She claimed she had [whiplash] after getting in a minor car accident, but insurance agents think she was only faking the injury.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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