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Most common car accident injuries

If you have recently been involved in a motor vehicle accident in California, you likely experienced an injury. Some types of damage are more obvious than others, but most people who are hit at high rates of speed while traveling in a car will sustain at least some level of injury, whether minor or severe. We at E and E Law Group can help you arrange the treatment you need and ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.

 

According to MyPhysiciansNow.com, one of the most common injuries you may suffer is a broken bone. While some types of breaks, such as compound fractures, will be immediately apparent, you can also have a small break which can be less noticeable. If a bone breaks and pierces the skin, it can also lead to an infection if it is not properly treated.

 

Another one of the most common injuries involves the neck. When a moving vehicle hits you, the force often causes your head to whip forward or backward. This puts pressure on the muscles and ligaments in the neck and can cause a sprain or strain and, in some cases, a herniated disc. The back can also be another body part that is injured in this manner. Serious injuries to the spine can cause you to lose mobility or endure chronic pain. Sometimes, the shaking motions of a wreck can even lead to concussions and brain damage.

 

The legs and knees are also commonly injured during car accidents. For more information on this topic, please visit our web page.

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