Some of the most common types of injuries people sustain in Indiana car accidents are blunt force trauma injuries. And while a blunt force injury can be as simple as a minor bruise, it can also be severe and result in complications, such as head or brain injuries. Unfortunately, many blunt force trauma injuries, like… Read more »
Can You Get an Aortic Tear from a Car Accident?
Car accidents can wreak havoc on the human body, damaging the skeletal system, soft tissue, organs, and brain, among other things. Even when someone survives the impact and trauma of the accident itself, there can be long-term conditions that need continued medical care and treatment. An aortic tear is among the most dangerous heart conditions… Read more »
Can Muscle Pain After a Car Accident Be Part of My Personal Injury Claim?
Victims often suffer from muscle pain after a car accident. This can range from inconvenient to life-altering. Muscle spasms and ongoing muscle pain can definitely be part of your personal injury claim, assuming they are the result of being injured in a car accident. How a Car Accident Can Cause Muscle Pain Car accidents wreak… Read more »
Recognizing Symptoms of a Ruptured Spleen from a Car Accident
Car accidents frequently cause serious injuries to drivers and passengers. One area of the body that’s especially susceptible to damage is the abdominal region, which includes the spleen. A ruptured spleen from a car accident happens more than you think and can be very serious. If you suspect that you’ve suffered from a ruptured spleen,… Read more »