Car accidents can result in a number of different injuries. Soft tissue injuries may take days or even weeks to manifest. Broken bones, which can take weeks or months to heal. And even injuries that are both hard to diagnose, harder to treat, and often completely overlooked in discussions about long term impacts. Specifically, we are talking about injuries to the head that result in Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).
When a car or truck face off against a pedestrian, the car or truck will win every time. It is no contest. The vehicle is a couple of thousand pounds of steel moving at speed, where the pedestrian is at best a couple of hundred pounds of soft flesh and brittle bones.
So, what happens after a car vs. pedestrian accident? What is the recourse, what are the likely injuries, what can you do if you have been hit by a car or truck?
Drunk driving injuries can include major life-chainring injuries, including paralysis, back and spine injuries, mental health anguish, and much more. If you have been in an accident where a drunk driver was involved, here are some of your options that will help you sort out your case.
Remember, you can get help after being hit by a drunk driver and they can be held accountable.
In a car or truck accident, not all injuries are immediately obvious. Many injuries, like soft tissue injuries, will have a delayed onset – possibly leaving you in doubt as to their origin. Here’s a breakdown of the most common (soft tissue, bone, and mental health) injuries caused by car and truck accidents in 2017.
Guidance for the Aftermath of Serious Injuries A serious injury can change your life and your loved one’s lives forever. You may not make a complete physical recovery from your injuries for years, if ever. Both you and your family may suffer emotionally, and you probably experienced a financial loss. At Monro Law Firm P.S. inc., you […]