One of the most common types of car accident injuries reported is whiplash. Although whiplash is often the result of a rear-end accident, it can be caused by most any type of car collision. Whiplash tends to occur due to the sudden jerking of the body backward and forward during the crash which is often unavoidable due to the forces involved in most collisions.
Also known as hyper extension of the neck, this type of injury primarily strains the muscles of the neck, making whiplash an uncomfortable and painful injury for those that are unfortunate enough to receive it.
With the thousands of auto accidents that are reported on our roads each year, many motorists suffer this injury and the many months it can often take to recover.
Have you or someone you love been involved in an accident that was caused by another driver and suffered a whiplash injury? Do you know that the victim may be eligible to file a damages lawsuit that claims for financial compensation of those injuries and any other losses that may have been sustained as a result?
At the law offices of Simien & Simien, our highly trained personal injury lawyers have helped numerous injury victims recover the compensation they deserve. We proudly offer 100% FREE case reviews to help determine the merits of your claim and we only ever get paid when we win.
To find out how we can help you, call us today at (800) 374-8422.
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Signs and Symptoms of Whiplash
Many car crash injuries are instantly visible such as broken bones and lacerations, however, whiplash is one type of injury that is not so quickly noticed. After a car accident it is important to get checked out by medical personnel to ensure that you or a loved one are ok.
Knowing the signs and symptoms of whiplash can also help you determine if you have been injured. The following symptoms are indicative of this injury:
- Blurred Vision
- Memory Problems
- Ringing in the Ears
- Neck Pain and Stiffness
Those suffering from a severe injury may find that the pain has spread to their shoulders or arms and it has become painful to move your head. If you believe you have suffered whiplash after an accident see a doctor right away.
Whiplash treatment can vary depending on the severity of the injury but often includes physical therapy and over-the-counter pain medications. In some cases a doctor may prescribe painkillers, injections to relieve muscle spasms, and muscle relaxants.
Need Help? Contact our Law Firm Today
Whiplash is an injury that can impact an individual for long periods of time and in serious cases can lead to lifelong problems. At Simien & Simien we are a law firm you can trust to fight for what is right and just. We are committed to helping accident injury victims fight for the compensation they deserve.
Our auto accident attorneys have successfully represented thousands of clients in numerous states across the country. We can provide comprehensive legal counsel on your specific case and help to guide you through the litigation process.
Contact us at (800) 374-8422 to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation initial case consultation. One of our steadfast intake staff members will connect you with one of our lawyers best suited in handling your claim.
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