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Unfortunately, there are many types of car accident injuries

As a driver or passenger, you never want to be part of a car accident. Not only can this cause damage to your vehicle, but it can also result in a variety of injuries.

Unfortunately, there are many types of car accident injuries to familiarize yourself with. If you ever find yourself involved in a crash, you must make sure you check yourself for injuries, as each and every one will require immediate medical attention.

Here are some of the most common types of car accident injuries:

  • Head injuries: From a mild concussion to a traumatic brain injury, these happen when your head strikes against the window, dashboard, steering wheel or something else in the cabin of the vehicle.
  • Back and neck injuries: Just as common as head injuries, it doesn't have to be a severe accident for one of these to occur. For instance, if your vehicle is struck from behind, the force could result in whiplash.
  • Broken bones: From legs to arms, from hands to feet, every bone in your body is in jeopardy during a motor vehicle accident.
  • Emotional distress: Depending on the severity of the accident, it's possible you could end up with some form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This can make it difficult to move on with your life.

Since you never know which of these car accident injuries will impact you, it's a must to call for an ambulance and receive medical care. From there, you can learn more about the accident, what went wrong, who was at fault and how to protect your legal rights.

Source: FindLaw, "Types of Car Accident Injuries," accessed March 28, 2018

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