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A car accident can cause many serious injuries

Nobody wants to be involved in a car accident. Not only can this cause damage to your vehicle, but it may lead to serious physical injuries as well.

It's good to understand the types of injuries that often result from a car accident. With this knowledge you will know what to do in the event that you are part of a crash in the future.

Before we go any further, here's something you always need to remember: Your health is more important than anything else. You should always receive a professional medical examination if you are part of a car accident.

Here are some of the most serious (and common) motor vehicle accident injuries:

  • Head, neck and back injuries. For example, if your vehicle is struck from behind, it could result in whiplash. There are many other types of head and back injuries, such as concussion, traumatic brain injury and spinal cord trauma.
  • Chest injuries. Due to the force inflicted during a car accident, chest injuries are common. Broken ribs are extremely dangerous, as this can result in internal bleeding.
  • Broken bones. This includes every bone in the body, as you never know what will happen during a car crash. Injuries to the arms, legs and feet are more common than others.
  • Abrasions and burns. This depends largely on the type of accident, but abrasions and burns are a major concern.

Along with the above, a car accident can cause mental anguish as well. In fact, depending on the severity of the accident, you may find it difficult to drive in the future.

If you are part of a car accident and suffer an injury, don't wait to receive medical treatment.

Once you know your injuries and how to treat them, learn more about your legal rights. If another person is responsible for the accident, such as someone who was driving drunk, you may be able to file a lawsuit as to receive compensation for your injuries, property damage and other damages.

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