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Car accident injuries: You never know what to expect

| Oct 23, 2018 | Uncategorized |

Even if you consider yourself a safe driver, you could still be part of an accident that results in a variety of injuries. If this happens, you should seek immediate medical treatment, as doing so increases your chance of making a full recovery.

You never know what type of injuries you’ll suffer in a car accident. Any type of crash, even one at a low speed, can cause a serious injury. This is why it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to potential injuries.

Some of the most common car accident injuries include:

  • Brain trauma: From a concussion to a traumatic brain injury, brain trauma is a serious injury that can alter your life. An immediate diagnosis is a must, as this ensures that the right treatment strategy is in place.
  • Neck and back injuries: Many people assume that paralysis is the only back and neck injury that can cause serious problems, but there are others, such as strains and sprains, that result in pain.
  • Broken bones: The impact of a car accident can result in broken bones. These often occur in the hands, feet, legs and arms.
  • Burns and abrasions: Depending on the type of accident, burns and abrasions are common. For example, if your car begins to burn upon impact, it’s difficult to escape without this type of injury.
  • Emotional distress: Even if you escape a car accident without major injuries, you may still suffer from long-term emotional distress. For some, this is so bad that they’re never able to drive again.

Since you don’t know what to expect in regard to car accident injuries, you must rely on your medical team to guide you. Not only can they diagnose your injuries, but they can implement a treatment plan for helping you recover.

Once you understand your injuries, talk with your medical team about your long-term prognosis. Some people find that they’ll make a full recovery, while others learn that their injuries will impact them for the rest of their life.

As you recover, review your insurance policy and contact your insurer to learn more about the compensation you’re entitled to. Also, focus on the cause of the accident, as doing so will help you determine if the other party is liable for your injuries and other damages.

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