Just like everything else, car accidents in the East Valley come in all different shapes and sizes, from larger multiple car pileups in on the US 60 to small rear-end crashes on Baseline and Higley. It’s not uncommon to see a couple per day just on your regular route to work and home. It’s important to note that regardless of the size of the crash or severity of the car accident that you’ve seen or have been in, that they are all serious!
Just about any car accident can be considered a traumatic event. Catastrophic collision or fender-bender, there is a lot of force involved when a vehicle hits or is hit by another car or truck. Many times, when people are in a car accident that may seem minor, they won’t notice any injury symptoms right away. There are a lot of reasons for this, and we hope that this article will bring you some insights to be aware of in case you’re ever injured or involved in an accident. Again, all accidents are serious, and it’s important for many reasons to understand how to monitor your injuries following a car accident – both for your physical health and well-being and to protect your legal rights.
Injuries Sustained From A Car Accident Are not Always Obvious.
Major injuries like broken bones, lacerations and bruising are typically pretty easy to notice immediately after an accident, that is, if you’re not unconscious. . .
However, there are multiple other injuries such as whiplash, pulled or torn muscles that are not always immediately apparent following a car accident.
The chaos and adrenaline that comes with an accident of any size can often times, be hindrance in noticing these injuries. It can take hours or even a few days to begin feeling the symptoms of whiplash. Dizziness, headaches, soreness, and or pain in the upper back and neck can sneak up on you. This is one of the reasons why it’s so important to take your time in handling your car accident claim. See a doctor, relax and rest and visit with a local attorney in Mesa (like us). Give it some time and make sure you understand what’s happening in your body and what’s happening with your medical bills and insurance coverage.
Ignoring an injury, even minor injuries can lead to long-term pain. We always recommend that you see a doctor immediately following an accident. Just get a check-up, so that they can properly diagnose your injuries.
When filing a personal injury claim after a car accident, delayed symptoms can make it difficult to prove that the pain or injuries have stemmed from the accident, making it challenging for a lot of people to recover the compensation that you need and deserve for treatment. For this reason, we said earlier, take your time, visit a doctor, and meet with your attorney. We offer all of our potential clients who contact our Law office in Mesa, AZ, a free, no-obligation consultation. Biased maybe, but it is 100% in your best interest to speak with a lawyer about your accident, coverage, injuries, and how to properly file your claim.
Our law firm will fight for you, to recover the maximum compensation you deserve for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering. The compensation needs to include all of this, along with suffering for potential delayed injuries.