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Car Accidents Cause Neck, Back, and Spine Injuries: Here’s What Victims Should Know!

After a car accident, victims sustain injuries from head to toe; due to the nature of motor vehicle accidents, and the back and forth motion caused when colliding with another car, neck and spine injuries are some of the most common (and most severe). Herniated disks, strains, and whiplash injuries can all cause a victim widespread chronic pain. In catastrophic accidents, broken vertebrae or Spinal Cord Injuries may occur on impact. Some of the most serious injuries sustained in a road-related accident are direct impacts to the head, neck, and spine. Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury are the most severe and have permanent implications on the life of victims who sustain these injuries.

Whiplash After a Car Accident Can Lead to Longterm Pain if Left Untreated

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Whiplash: The name doesn’t acutely convey at first glance what this painful and life-altering injury is actually hiding behind. When a victim suffers a car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident to name a few, whiplash is one of the most common but potentially most severe injuries. Yet, it is often dismissed as minor or infrequent while the reality of its longterm pain is overlooked or ignored altogether.

Neck and Spine Injuries After Car Accident: The Personal Injury Perspective

After a motor vehicle accident, victims are left with any number of injuries that span from head-to-toe. Strains, sprains, broken bones, bumps and bruises, dislocations, and whiplash injuries can all cause a victim widespread chronic pain. However, one of the most serious injuries sustained in a road-related accident is any impact to the head and neck area. Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury can heavily impact the victim’s ability to live a full, independent life.

Car Insurance Coverage Facts Florida Drivers Must Know!

South Florida is quickly becoming infamous for its unmatched heavy traffic and high rate of car accidents. Drivers in the Miami area tend to be faster paced, career driven men and women who want to get where they’re going and they want to get to their destination fast. It’s because of this fast paced lifestyle, and the lack of attention paid to the rules of the road, that auto insurance rates have soared over the last several years, especially in the south. Just like several other states that cater to a high paced lifestyle, as well as heavy traffic at nearly all hours of the day (Los Angeles and New York City, for example), Miami has some of the highest automotive insurance premiums in the country–and what’s worse: hardly any Floridians are covered, or they’re woefully underinsured if they are.