Common Types Of Car Accident Injuries
In the aftermath of a serious motor vehicle accident, you may feel as if your world is crashing down around you. Even if your injuries — or the injuries suffered by a loved one — are not severe, you may be overwhelmed with medical appointments, worries about finances due to medical bills and missed days at work, pain and concerns about the future.
Frequently, the full extent of accident victims' injuries is not apparent until some time later. For some, it may be months, even years, before the long-term effects of an injury cause debilitating pain or immobility. Injuries commonly caused in motor vehicle accidents include:
Internal bleeding or damage to internal organs from the impact of the crash
Neck strains or pulls that lead to stiffness, pain or headaches
Back pain or injuries that may make you susceptible to arthritis or nerve impingement
Impact injuries, such as hitting your head against the windshield, dashboard, a side window or an object or another person in the car
Soft tissue injuries that can't be seen and don't show up on X-rays
Serious cuts and bruises caused by broken glass or from the car rolling over
How Can An Attorney Help Me?
Immediately following an accident, you should go to a doctor even if you do not believe your injuries are serious. Next, contact a Clemson car accident lawyer from the law firm of Aaron & Aaron.
There are some important things you can do immediately after an accident that can help safeguard your future. However, even when it is clear who is at fault for your personal injuries, an insurance company may not be willing to give you all of the compensation you deserve. An attorney can help you compile evidence, deal with insurance companies on your behalf and help you obtain your rightful compensation, such as:
Medical care and benefits
Scars and disfigurement
Pain and suffering
Call Today ~ Assisting Accident Victims Throughout South Carolina
If you or a loved one is suffering because of an auto accident injury in South Carolina, call Aaron & Aaron toll free at 864-271-5545 or locally in Clemson at 864-271-5545. You may also send us an email. Your initial consultation is free, and personal injury claims are handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay no lawyer fees unless you win. Call today to get the compensation you deserve.