Physical And Emotional Trauma Of Car Accidents

Almost everyone drives a car or in a car. Even in the most congested of cities, people use Lyft or Uber to get around as opposed to public transportation. We get it. There privacy in your vehicle. There are moments of peace in our vehicles. Some are so fanatic about their cars that they go to great lengths to keep the car cleaned and up to standard. So when someone hits you, they didn’t just hurt you, but they also hurt your privacy, your vehicle.

Living through a car accident can be traumatizing, especially if it causes catastrophic results. Here is a list of the most common injuries:

  • Whiplash: This injury is typical in a rear impact car accident. The injury usually results in a neck brace, visits to chiropractor and massages.
  • Brain injuries: This is significantly serious and can be labeled as a catastrophic injury.  Depending on how the car hit you dictates where you hit your head. regardless, any head injury can lead to bleeding or bruising of the brain, which can lead to death or severe complications.
  • Back injuries: This can be labeled as a catastrophic injury alongside brain injury. Any kind of back injury is dangerous because it can affect your future ability. It can prevent you from doing physical labor. Surgeries are expensive and typically result in some kind of chronic pain.
  • Limb injuries: Breaking, fracturing, or spraining bones is not uncommon in car accidents. This can result in lost wages due to recovery time as well as chronic pain.
  • Psychological Injuries: Thankfully mental health is getting more recognition these days. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)  is very real for severe car accidents which result in psychotherapy sessions. Mental health is just as important as physical health.

What We Can Do For You

Responsibility for accidents is best proven with lots of evidence. Of course, when they happen all of a sudden it is hard to document the actual scene, but there are ways to get information. For example, we can use pictures you took of the incident the day it happened or we can look to different cameras that were recording that area.  We can gather eye-witnesses or statements given to the police or local media if they were around. Then there are the medical records surrounding the injury due to the incident. All this gathering of data takes a team of professionals to ensure that the information is up-to-date and accurate.

Our Car accident attorneys at Dan Doyle Law Group in Philadelphia are ready to be on your team. We focus on individual clients with the utmost respect and empathy. We believe that your story is unique and we are here to help share your story in a way that gets the right results. We know that living through a car accident can be traumatizing. We understand that no amount of compensation can erase the trauma or anxiety surrounding your situation, but we are here to help you find justice and get you back on your feet. For a free consultation call us 215-987-3730 or click here. We look forward to helping you.