Common Truck Accident Injuries
Injuries After A Truck Accident
Truck Accidents in Georgia or South Carolina can be very devastating to everyone involved. If the wreck does not kill the victims, it will often leave them with terrible injuries that may take years or even decades to recover from. Many Truck Accident Victims find themselves with a decreased quality of life after the accident.
There are many different types of injuries that can be sustained after being in a Truck Accident. Here is a list of some of the most common Truck Accident Injuries:
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Injuries to the back and neck are very common after an accident. One of the leading causes for concern after a back injury is the spinal cord. Spinal cord injuries are very severe and could leave you paralyzed. Any injury to the low back could leave you with chronic pain, which can make everyday life tough.
Whiplash is one of the most common neck injuries to occur after being in a Truck Accident. It is caused by a jerking motion of the head, backward and forward. Whiplash can cause neck pain, headaches, and dizziness.
If you experience head trauma after a Truck Accident, it can result in an injury to the brain, which may be life-altering. You may develop symptoms such as confusion, nausea, vision problems or even various cognitive difficulties. Head injuries are some of the most traumatic injuries sustained in a Truck Accident.
A Truck Accident can leave you with multiple fractures in your arms, elbows, legs and other parts of your body. Many fractures leave the victim with limited use of that body part for the rest of their lives.
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If you or a loved one has been hurt in a Truck Accident that was not your fault, you can file a Personal Injury claim against the responsible party. One of our experienced Truck Accident Attorneys from The Brown Firm can assist you with legal advice and representation.
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