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Car accidents can lead to a number of different injuries

Car accidents can have any number of outcomes. While you certainly do not want to end up in this type of situation, these crashes cannot always be avoided, and you may end up seriously injured. The type of injury or injuries you can suffer can range in severity.

In the event that you do suffer injuries in a car accident caused by another person, you may have reason to pursue legal action against the driver considered at fault. The type of recompense you could recover will depend on the injuries and other damages that result from the incident as well as a number of other factors.

Common car accident injuries

Practically any area of your body could suffer injuries in a car accident, even your internal organs. However, some injuries occur more often than others. Some common car accident injuries include the following:

  • Muscle and ligament damage in the neck due to whiplash
  • Broken ribs
  • Collapsed lungs
  • Injuries to the extremities
  • Traumatic brain injuries, which can vary in severity
  • Skull fractures
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Herniated disks

Of course, these are not all of the physical injuries that you could suffer in a car accident. Still, these and many other injuries are difficult to recover from, and you may need extensive medical attention and treatment in order to recover or at least lessen the damage the injuries cause.

Non-physical injuries

Additionally, you could suffer from injuries that do not affect your physical body. You may suffer from emotional distress, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder or a number of other psychological injuries after a serious car crash. These injuries may also need treatment in the form of therapy or rehabilitation, and they could greatly impact your life.

Seeking compensation

When it comes to filing a personal injury claim, you may have the ability to pursue compensation for both physical and psychological injuries. Of course, the exact damages you seek will depend on the circumstances of the accident. It can be difficult to know how a civil claim could help you in this type of situation, and gaining reliable legal information may be vital.

If you do suffer injuries in a crash, you may want to speak with a Florida attorney about your legal options. This professional can evaluate your case and give you insight on what actions may help you fully address your situation in the manner you see fit.

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