Effects of Whiplash After A Car Accident

Have you been in an accident recently? If so, you might have injuries that need to be treated. Note that this is true even if you don’t see any apparent lacerations or bruising. Certain types of damage can be nearly undetectable to the naked eye while still leading to a lot of pain and stress in the victims. Soft tissue injuries, the most common of which is whiplash, can lead to extreme pain and stiffness in your muscles. You should seek medical treatment as quickly as possible after an accident occurs and keep track of any documentation you receive from the physician – it could be vital if you have to fight for a settlement later on.  You can learn more about the long term effects of whiplash HERE!

Sprains, Strains, and Whiplash

Soft tissue damage is commonly divided into three categories: sprains, strains, and whiplash. These kinds of injuries are caused when tendons, ligaments, or muscles are suddenly and forcefully torn, leading to soft tissue damage as well as stress fractures, deep tissue bruising, and sprained wrists or ankles. 

If you have sustained a soft tissue injury like whiplash, it is crucial that you seek prompt and thorough treatment. If the cost exceeds what you can spend, then you should consider seeking an attorney experienced with these issues. They can help communicate with the insurance companies involved and fight for your compensation while you focus on healing. 

For more information about how an attorney can help you with your whiplash case, reach out to Hanagan and McGovern today!

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Robyn S. March 2018

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