What happens to your body after a car accident?
After being involved in a car accident, your body can go through a variety of changes. Whiplash, internal injuries, and loss of consciousness are all examples of what your body can go through post car accidents. Different injuries can result from different types of car accidents. We will look at head on collisions, rear-end collisions, and T-bone collisions and their effects on the body.
Injuries developed from a head on collision can be pretty severe. Extreme physical trauma is an example, this can lead to broken bones, lacerations, brain injuries, internal injuries, and much more.
Whiplash is the most common injury after being involved in a rear-ended car accident. Other examples can include back and neck injuries, arm and wrist injuries, and facial injuries and disfigurement.
Neck injuries caused by a forceful, back-and-fourth motion such as concussions are common injuries after being involved in a T-bone collision. Spinal cord injury, broken bones in the hands, legs, and forearms are all examples of injuries suffered from T-bone collisions.
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