Types of Car Accident Injuries

Types of Car Accident Injuries

Whether you are in a minor or serious accident, injury is likely and can result in thousands of dollars in medical bills or even death. The extent of injuries can be affected by everything from the collision’s speed to the angle of impact and even the vehicle you and the other driver are in.

Car accidents can cause both physical and psychological trauma that may stay with you for years after the incident, which is why it is so important to know what to do immediately following an accident to help make the recovery process more manageable. 

Additionally, understanding what type of injuries are common, including their symptoms will help you get the treatment you need to fully recover from an accident.

No matter the severity of your automobile accident injuries, you should always seek professional assistance to ensure you get the coverage and financial compensation you need.

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Steps to take after a car accident

Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Car accidents happen regularly on roads all over the United States. According to the United States Department of Transportation, in 2019, over 36,000 people died in automobile accidents. According to the Center for Disease Control, over three million people are injured in car accidents each year. 

The Insurance Information Institute reported that there were over 6.7 million auto accidents in the US in 2017. While fatalities are dropping each year, the number of reported accidents continues to grow every year. So, drivers have a chance of ending up in a car accident that they’ll (thankfully) walk away from.

However, that doesn’t mean you won’t have post-accident issues to deal with. Here’s a closer look at what to do after a car accident, both immediately and in the long-term.  

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