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Keep your head up: Fight back after suffering neck, head injuries

Motor vehicle accidents are a major cause of injuries in Texas and across the country. In fact, more than 5.6 million automobile accidents were reported nationwide back in 2012. A whopping 1.6 million of these accidents involved injuries.

Unfortunately, car accident injuries are often due to the carelessness of other drivers. If you suffer injuries because of someone else's negligence, it is within your rights to seek financial compensation for medical expenses and other costs resulting from the accident.

Chest, neck and other organ injuries

One of the most well-known injuries associated with car accidents is whiplash. You can suffer this type of injury when your head and neck are jerked by in a rear-end collision. The sudden movement can cause serious damage to your neck ligaments and muscles.

Your chest may also be vulnerable to injury in a car accident. After all, blunt force trauma in an automobile accident can cause your lungs to collapse and can also lead to broken ribs. In addition, many injuries to the abdomen, pelvis and internal organs are considered critical and will require medical attention as soon as possible.

Head and back injuries

Injuries to the head are some of the most severe injuries that can result from car accidents. For instance, you could hit your head against a window, steering wheel or dashboard during a high-impact crash involving high speeds. Unfortunately, this can lead to traumatic brain injury, which may range from a mild concussion to a coma or permanent cognitive issues. Long-term and extensive medical care is usually required following this type of injury.

You may also suffer a back injury in a motor vehicle collision. Spinal cord damage can specifically cause you to lose feeling in and control over parts of your body such as your legs, arms, feet and hands.

What to do

If you were the victim of a car accident caused by the negligence of another party, your injuries can quickly take a physical, financial and emotional toll on you. Not being able to return to work due to your injuries could cause serious financial hardship, especially if you are your household's primary or sole breadwinner. However, you do have the right to seek compensation for damages. To learn more about these matters, arrange a consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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