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Why Even Low-Impact Auto Collisions Can Lead to Serious Injuries

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It’s possible to feel perfectly fine right after the collision, but later on to experience severe symptoms. See if this scenario sounds familiar: you get into a small collision with another driver. Call it a fender-bender or low-impact accident, it doesn’t matter. There doesn’t seem to be anything wrong, so you just exchange information with … Read more

Updated: October 22, 2019

Back and Neck Pain After a Rear End Collision

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The impact of a car accident can have a great negative effect on the neck and back. Both of these areas are crucial, yet very sensitive to force or sudden movement. When your car gets hit, the moment of the impact causes everything inside the vehicle, including yourself, to move. However, because there is no … Read more

Updated: August 26, 2020

Sideswipe Car Accidents

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Sideswipe car accidents can cause severe damage to your health. A sideswipe accident is one in which the side of a car scrapes the side of yours. While the danger of this type of collision is minor at low speeds, they can lead to severe injuries when the two cars are driving faster. Below, we … Read more

Updated: July 16, 2023

Addressing Delayed Injuries After a Car Accident

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One of the biggest mistakes someone can make after a car accident is to dismiss an injury as nothing serious without having proper tests run. When you are in an automobile accident, the car hits something and stops, but your body does not. The types of injuries that are most common in car accidents are … Read more

Updated: December 3, 2018

Common Injuries Resulting From Whiplash

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Whiplash injuries can manifest in a variety of ways such as neck pain, upper back and shoulder pain, headaches, fatigue, low back pain, and cognitive changes. When many people think about whiplash, they may just think of neck or back pain. However, whiplash injuries can manifest in a variety of ways such as neck pain, … Read more

Updated: November 24, 2020

What You Should Know About Whiplash

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Every year, more than 3 million auto accident victims endure a whiplash injury. Whiplash injuries are most often caused by rear-end car collisions and are the most common type of neck injury. Whiplash ranges in severity from minor soft tissue damage to nerve and spinal damage. Symptoms are often delayed and it is common for a … Read more

Updated: November 9, 2018