Posted On February 20, 2018 In Personal Injury
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) figures show that an estimated two million people in the US are injured in car accidents each year. In many cases, any serious injuries you suffer during a car accident will be apparent soon after the crash. You would likely notice broken bones, burns and lacerations right away. Some injuries may not be noticeable until hours, days or weeks after your accident. Delayed injuries after a car accident could still have extremely negative effects on your health. Five common delayed injuries after a car accident include:
You may not realize the extent of your injuries after a motor vehicle accident. It is crucial to seek medical attention right away. If you are injured, any medical services you receive could help establish the extent of your injuries. Your medical records could be very useful for settlement negotiations, or even a lawsuit if it becomes necessary.
The Texas personal injury lawyers at Mike Love & Associates, LLC could discuss your possible legal options for recovering compensation after a car accident.