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Common car accident injuries can lead to uncommon pain levels

Georgia car accident victims know first-hand how a car accident can change their lives. You may have personal experience with the physical, emotional and financial impact that a collision can have, but you may not know what to do next. Some car accident victims could have grounds to move forward with a personal injury claim for financial compensation.

Car accident injuries can range from minor to very severe, but how they will affect a person will differ on a case-by-case basis. You may have a relatively common car accident injury, such as whiplash, but it can have an uncommon effect on your life. You may be dealing with excessive pain, medical bills and other complications.

What type of injury affected you?

Even the most basic of car accident injuries can be quite severe, leaving a person unable to enjoy a certain quality of life and take care of himself or herself. Your personal injury claim does not depend on whether or not your injury is common; rather, it depends on the severity of your suffering, the fault of the other party and your financial losses. Some of the most common accident injuries include the following: 

  • Neck injuries, including whiplash, are common injuries after car accidents. Blunt force injury to the neck area is also a common effect from a collision.
  • Injuries to the head can lead to issues such as traumatic brain injuries. This includes concussions and other types of head trauma.
  • Damage done to extremities, such as broken arms, legs and more, are common results of many types of car collisions.

The amount of compensation you may be eligible to receive after an accident depends on the extent of your physical damages and financial losses. You have the right to hold liable parties accountable through a civil claim. 

How can you know your options?

If you suffered any type of injury after a car accident, you may be unsure of what you should do next. A complete evaluation of your case can help you understand if you should move forward with a civil claim against the appropriate parties. 

A personal injury claim cannot reverse the damage done to you, but it can help you recover your financial losses and rebuild your life after a serious injury. The aftermath can be confusing and dealing with insurance companies can be complicated, but you do not have to walk through this process alone.

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